Product Standards for Internationally Integrated Goods Markets

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Index
Advertising, 38
Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade. SeeGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and Trade Standards Code; Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures Agreement; Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement
Agricultural issues, 77-78
Agriculture, United States Department of, 25
American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 58-59, 131, 165-66
American Society of Automotive Engineers, 32
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 32, 39
American Society of Testing and Materials, 32
Approximation, 164
Arbitrage, xviii-xix, xxi
Article 30, Treaty of Rome, 5, 96- 100, 102, 104, 105, 118
Article 36, Treaty of Rome, 5, 96, 97- 98
Articles of Confederation, 102-03
Association Française de Normalisation, 15
Audits, 94-95, 102
Australia, 70
Automobile industry, 37
Balancing tests, 117, 129; dormant commerce clause and, 105-08; Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement and, 78-79; Treaty of Rome and, 96, 97, 105
Bank for International Settlements, xxii
Baseball bat dispute, 24, 76
Beef: Escherichia coli scare and, 44; foot-and-mouth disease in, 17, 82, 119, 120-21, 128; hormonetreated, seeHormone-treated beef dispute; mad cow disease in, 17- 18; tariffs on, 25
Beer purity, 20
Belgium, 18
Benefit/burden balancing tests. See Balancing tests
Bilateral arrangements, 146-63
Brazil, xiv, xx
Bretton Woods conference, xiv
Britain. See United Kingdom
Canada, 19, 25, 70
Capture, 41-42, 48, 50, 51, 86
Cassis de Dijon, 97-100, 141, 161; significance of, 143-61
Cecchini, Paolo, 11
Cecchini Report, 11-12, 131
CE mark, 95

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