Tariff Quotas in the European Community

  • Michael Rom
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series


Several uses of tariff quotas by member countries of the European Community, or by the Community itself, have already been taken to illustrate particular aspects of the application of tariff quotas in commercial trading over recent years. These are only representatives, however, from the much wider range that has developed within the Common Market, and this chapter covers the field in more detail, although their use by the Community to give preferences to developing countries will not be discussed until Chapter 8.


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Notes and References

  1. 4.
    For examples, see James E. Meade, Hans Leisner and Sidney Wells, Case Studies in the European Economic Community ( London: Oxford University Press, for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1962 ) p. 407.Google Scholar

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© Michael Rom and the Trade Policy Research Centre 1979

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