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CODES OF CONDUCT FOR MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES: USEFUL INSTRUMENTS OR A SHIELD AGAINST BINDING RESPONSIBILITY?

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Affiliations: 1: International Law at Tilburg University; 2: Human Rights at Nijmegen University.

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