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

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International Conventions and Agreements
Agreement between the Government of the USA and the Commission of the European Communities regarding the Application of their Antitrust Laws 1991 113
Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards 53
Andean Pact 51
Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal 359
Basle Committee Rules 122
Berne Copyright Convention 100
Canada-US Free Trade Agreement 430,435,441
Art. 103 430
Canadian-US Auto Pact 1965 426
Capital Adequacy Agreement 1988 112,114,121
Concordat of Principles for the Supervision of Banks' Foreign Establishments 1975 112,114
Concordat of Principles for the Supervision of Banks' Foreign Establishments 1983 114,119
Supplement on the Ensuring of Adequate Information Flows 1990 114
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 47,48,50,51,113, 119,292,320,413,417-18,421,438,449
Tokyo Round Understanding 1979 50
General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) 413
International Labour Organisation (ILO) 53
League of Nations 101,105,106,108
Lomé Agreement 47
North American Agreement on Labour Cooperation 479
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 48,49,51,52,53, 76,93,120,320,355,356,418,419,421,422,423,429,430,436, 438-9,440-1,442-3,460-1,469,474,475,477,479,480,490
Environment Side Agreement 51
Labour Side Agreement 51,447,461-3,474
Arts 1-2 461
Art. 23 462
Art. 27 462

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