Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 14

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Abbreviations
AAL Anglo-American Law Review
AC Appeal Cases
ACP African- Caribbean-Pacific
A&E Adolphus & Ellis
AEL Academy of European Law
AETR Accord européen relatif au travail des équipages des véhicules effectuant des transports, internationaux par route (also ERTA)
AFDIAnnuaire francais de droit international
AG Aktiengesellschaft
AJCL American Journal of Comparative Law
AJDAl'Actualité juridique droit administratif
AJIL American Journal of International Law
ALJR Australian Law Journal Reports
ALLER All England Law Reports
ALR Australian Law Reports
Ann Eur Annuaire europien (European Yearbook)
Ann Suisse DIAnnuaire suisse de droit international
AöRArchiv des öentlichen Rechts
AOWAlgemene Ouderomswet
Art Article
ASEAN Association of South-East Asia Nations
ASIL Proceedings of American Society of International Law
Aust YIL Australian Yearbook of International Law
AWDAussenwirtschaftsdienst des Betriebs-Beraters
AWW Algemene Weduwen-en Wezenwet
BCLC. Butterworths Company Law Cases
BGB Burgerliches Gesetzbuch
BGBIBundesgesetzblatt
BGE Entscheidungen des Schweizerischen Bundesgeriches BGH Bundesgerichtshof
BISD Basic Instruments and Selected Documents (GATT)
BJE Bulletin des juristes européens
BJIBFL Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law
BKA Bundeskartellamt

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