International Regulatory Competition and Coordination: Perspectives on Economic Regulation in Europe and the United States

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Table of Statutes
Belgium
Special Act of July 16, 1993 Concerning the Achievement of the Federalization of the State
Art. 369 et seq. 371
Wallonia Ordinance on Foreign Waste 1983 370
Canada
Business Corporations Act 1975 20,127,131,132,133,171
Charter of Rights and Freedoms 134
Denmark
Law imposing a compulsory deposit-and-return system for certain beverage containers 1981 371
Lov nr. 297, Lovtidende 851 (1978) (Law on the recycling of paper and beverage containers and the reduction of waste) 371
Lov nr. 477, Lovtidende 2523 (1993) (amendment of environmental protection law) 372
France
Decree 92.377, Art. 4, of 1 April 1992 on Packaging Waste 368-9
Germany
Code 139
Geratssicherheitsgesetz (law on the safety of equipment) 293
Regulation on the Avoidance of Packaging Waste 1991 (Töpfer law) 301,364-7,369,370,372
Regulation on the Taking Back of, and Charging Deposits on, Plastic Drinks Packaging 1988 364
Italy
Law 397 of September 9, 1988 on recycling material 373
Law 475 of November 9, 1988 on recycling material 373

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