Case Studies in European Economic Union: The Mechanics of Integration

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CONTENTS
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ABBREVIATIONSviii
INTRODUCTION1
STUDY I
THE BELGIUM-LUXEMBOURG ECONOMIC UNION, 1921-1939
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(1) Introduction15(2) The Basic Provisions of the Treaty of Economic Union15(3) The Administrative Machinery of the Union17 (4) Belgium as the Predominant Partner20(5) Exceptions to the Principle of a Common Commercial Policy22(6) The Absence of Balance-of-Payments Restrictions within the Union24(7) Some Secondary Difficulties of Economic Integration31(8) The Agricultural Problem34(9) Luxembourg Wines41(10) The Taxation of Alcohol43(11) The Iron and Steel Industries46(12) The Luxembourg Railways50(13) Conclusion55
STUDY II
THE BUILDING OF BENELUX 1943-1960
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(1) Methods, Objectives, and Institutions61(2) The Customs Union75(3) The Unification of Indirect Taxation84(4) Direct Controls and the Organization of Industry102(5) Agriculture114(6) Shock Absorbers128(7) Financial Policies and the Balance of Payments135(8) The Movement of Capital and Labour173(9) Public Contracts and Public Investment182
STUDY III
THE EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY
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I INTRODUCTION197
II PRICING AND COMPETITION208
(1) Introduction208(2) The Treaty Provisions210(3) Price Controls in the Coal Market215(4) Differential Pricing220(5) Joint Buying and Selling of Coal232(6) The Recession in the Coal Industry248(7) Problems of the Steel Market255(8) The Scrap Market 269(9) Concentrations280
III THE PROBLEMS OF THE BELGIAN COAL INDUSTRY288
IV THE TAX ISSUE310
(1) The Community and National Taxes310(2) Turnover Taxes315(3) Direct Company Taxes333

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