Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 10

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Editorial Committeev
Abbreviationsix
The Court of First Instance of the European Communities: A Significant Step towards the Consolidation of the European Community as a Community Governed by the Rule of Law
By José Luis da Cruz Vilaça1
The Second Banking Directive and the Case-Law of the Court of Justice
By W. Van Gerven57
The EEC Merger Control Regulation
By R. Kovar71
EEC Control Over International Mergers
By Jacques H. J. Bourgeois103
Legal Reforms in Public Procurement
By Richard Wainwright133
The Internal Market and the Elimination of Fiscal Frontiers
By A. J. Easson147
The Standing of the European Parliament in the Community System of Legal Remedies: A Thorny Jurisprudential Development
By Gerhard Bebr171
Free Movement of Goods in the EEC and Australia: A Comparative Study
By Christopher Staker209
National Remedies and Equal Access to Public Procurement
By. Stephen Weatherill243
Legal Aspects of the Movement of Persons in Greater Europe
By Frits W. Hondius291
A Human Rights Policy for the European Community
By Andrew Clapham309
ANNUAL SURVEYS
Legal Developments in the European Parliament
By St. Kieran Clair Bradley367

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