THE ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION LAW AND ANTI-DUMPING LAW WITHIN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
AbstractRather it is the purpose of this article to examine how trade is regulated within the Common Market. It will be necessary, first, to examine the legislative process within the EC. Since there are a number of useful introductory texts on the institutions and legislative processes within the EC,5 this aspect will only be dealt with briefly. The main part of the article will be concerned with the scope and application of those areas of EC law most likely to be of concern to Australian undertakings trading within the Common Market, namely competition law and anti-dumping law. Particular attention will be paid to the procedures adopted by the EC Commission in enforcing both competition rules and anti-dumping rules.
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