The main purpose of the Yearbook is to contribute to the development of European Law (and especially the law of the European Community and the Council of Europe) by publishing substantial and original work of enduring interest. As well as major articles, and a series of general surveys of European organizations, the Yearbook publishes a series of annual surveys of areas of particular interest, including the European Community's external relations, EEC competition law, legal developments in the Council of Europe, and the European Convention on Human Rights. The annual surveys aim to provide, over the years, a balanced and authoritative account of the areas they cover. Subjects covered in this volume include: Damages in the National Courts for Breach of Community Law; Mergers and Joints Ventures in the EEC; The Single Market and Goods Imported from Third World Countries; Sex Equality; Freedom of Establishment of Companies, and others.
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