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Regional Integration According to Article XXIV GATT - Between Law and Politics

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The International Economic Order and — in particular — article XXIV GATT, the most important legal provision in this regard, reflects very impressively the broad dissent and conflict of opinion prevailing in this field. The author exposes that this provision is in many ways inconclusive. Its underlying tendency may be favourable towards regional integration zones but the main reason for this attitude seems to lie in the fact that regionalism as such cannot be impeded and therefore the primary goal should be to rein in its most detrimental effects.


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