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THE PROTECTION OF THE EUROPEAN CONSUMER: SOME ASPECTS OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

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Affiliations: 1: (ed.) This article was written in 2002 by T. Avdeeva, P. Balboni, K. El-Housni, S. Hoefnagels, R. Kolobov, S. Latappy, A. Nikiforow and S. Theeuwes in the framework of the course of Private International Law II at Tilburg University under the direction of A. Pinna.

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