The European Union's approach to legal non-retrospectivity: are there problems for international businesses?

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Taylor, Des. 2003. "The European Union's approach to legal non-retrospectivity: are there problems for international businesses?" International Trade and Business Law Annual. 8, pp. 275-299.
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The European Union's approach to legal non-retrospectivity: are there problems for international businesses?

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AuthorTaylor, Des
Journal TitleInternational Trade and Business Law Annual
Journal Citation8, pp. 275-299
Number of Pages25
Year2003
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
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This article discusses the European Union's approach to the concept of legal non-retrospectivity.

Keywordslegal non-retrospectivity
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020480308. International trade and investment law
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Byline AffiliationsSchool of Law
ISBN1876905158
Book TitleInternational Trade & Business Law Annual, vol. VIII
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