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by Steffen Hindelang

Category: Business
Subcategory: Law
Author: Steffen Hindelang
ISBN: 0199572658
ISBN13: 978-0199572656
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 28, 2009)
Pages: 464
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However there are still some big differences, which can disallow preceding this type of mergers.

The scope of protection offered to foreign investors by EU law has become a matter of intense political debate. Neo-protectionist policies are on the rise within EU Member States, who are struggling to acclimatize to increasing inward direct investment from developing countries. Strict regulations are being implemented to control the flow of this investment, undermining th The scope of protection offered to foreign investors by EU law has become a matter of intense political debate.

The Scope of Protection in EU Law. Steffen Hindelang. Offers a valuable analysis of the relationship between EU internal market law and the international law of foreign investment. The Scope of Protection in EU Law.

The scope of protection offered to foreign investors by EU law has . Hindelang, Steffen, 2009

The scope of protection offered to foreign investors by EU law has become a matter of intense political debate. Hindelang, Steffen, 2009. Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780199572656.

The book argues that in principle, the provisions on free movement of. .

The book's subject matter is highly topical and of considerable relevance.

University of Cambridge and the Lauterpacht Centre for International La.

Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 February 2012. Recommend this journal.

By: Hindelang, Steffen. Genel Koleksiyon, Main Collection. Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2009Description: xlvi,399 pages ; 24 c. ontent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199572656. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Oxford University Press, New York. In: Terryn E, Straetmans G, Colaert V (eds) Landmark cases in EU consumer law: in honour of Jules Stuyck. Intersentia, Cambridge, p 119. Schlag M (2012) Art 49 TFEU.

It examines the conflict between intellectual property rights and the free movement of goods and services under European law and analyses the various solutions to that conflict that have been adopted by the European Court of Justice. Finally, the volume examines the influence of EC competition law on the exercise of intellectual property rights. ООО "Логосфера " Тел:+7(495) 980-12-10 ww. ogobook.

The scope of protection offered to foreign investors by EU law has become a matter of intense political debate. Neo-protectionist policies are on the rise within EU Member States, who are struggling to acclimatize to increasing inward direct investment from developing countries. Strict regulations are being implemented to control the flow of this investment, undermining the principle of free movement of capital. Are such policies permitted under EU law? What impact does EU law have on foreign direct investment? This book addresses these questions through a coherent doctrinal reconstruction of the EC Treaty provisions on free movement of capital in a third country context. Opening with a timely restatement of the central features of the EU law of free movement of capital, the book then asks the central question: What rights does a private market participant, engaged in cross-border direct investment originating from or directed to a non-EU Member State, enjoy by virtue of the EC Treaty? The book argues that in principle, the provisions on free movement of capital apply the same liberal standards irrespective of whether intra Community or third country direct investment is involved. Hence, those who participate in third country direct investment enjoy essentially the same guarantees by virtue of the provisions on free movement of capital as those active in intra Community direct investment. Having established the legal doctrine, the book then examines the limits on restrictions to free movement, including financial regulation and discriminatory tax regimes.
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