Case Studies in European Economic Union: The Mechanics of Integration

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8.The Incidence of Turnover Taxes:
A. On Exports of Common Market Products in the Countr y of Origin329
B. On Exports of Coke, Billets, and Plates as a Percentage of that on Exports of Coal in the Country of Origin329
9.Principal Tariff Changes resulting from the abolition of Discrimi- natory Railway Rates347
10.Relative Freight Charges for Coal in the ECSC362
11.The Development of Transport Costs in the Community367
12.Special Tariffs on the German and French Railways372
13.Relative Railway Rates for Coal, Coke, Iron Ore, and Steel383

GRAPHS
1.Yields on Long-Term Securities and Bank Rates in Belgium and the Netherlands, 1945-57142
2.Post-War Development of Wage Rates146

FIGURES
1.Scrap Prices in the Community278
2.Producers and Consumers in 'France' and 'Germany'356

MAPS
1.Benelux Waterways facing p.187
2.The European Coal and Steel Community: Map illustrating Problems of Pricing and Transportat end

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vi
  • Contents vii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Study I - The Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union, 1921-1939 13
  • Study II - The Building of Benelux 1943-1960 59
  • Study III - The European Coal and Steel Community 195
  • III - The Problems Of The Belgian Coal Industry 208
  • IV - The Tax Issue 310
  • VI - Commercial Policy 406
  • Select Bibliography 417
  • Ecsc Official Publications 418
  • Index 420
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