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Aspects Of Europeanisation Of The Eec-Cyprus Association: The Economic Dimension

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Europeanisation appears particularly well suited to address the relationship between the European Union (EU) and each new Member State, the latter constituting a unit potentially subject to a different path of Europeanisation. The EC-Cyprus Association Agreement contained an important nondiscrimination clause, preventing discrimination between the contracting parties as well as between their nationals or companies. The Agreement was initially entered into on behalf of the whole of Cyprus and there was no problem of its application arising. The Anastasiou I case concerned the application of the principle of non-discrimination embodied in Article 5 of the Association Agreement to 'the whole of Cyprus' and the acceptance or not of certificates issued 'by authorities other than those of the Republic of Cyprus (RoC)' by Member States in accordance with the 1977 Protocol regarding products originating from Cyprus.

Keywords: Anastasiou I case; EC-Cyprus Association Agreement; Europeanisation; Republic of Cyprus (RoC)



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