The Possibilities and Limitations of an International and Interregional Anti-trust Policy

  • Jurgen Poeche


For some years the activities of multinational enterprises (MEs) have been the object of numerous investigations, reports and recommendations. International and interregional organisations—the U.N., OECD, and EC Commission—have turned their attention to this area, as have national governments, trade unions, universities, and public and private research institutions.


Multinational Enterprise Competition Rule Eastern Bloc International Authority Social Council 
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    United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, ‘Multinational Corporations in World Development’, (New York: 1973) p. 86f.Google Scholar
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    United Nations, Economic and Social Council, ‘The Impact of Multinational Corporations on Development and on International Relations’, (New York: 1974), E/5500/Add.1.Google Scholar
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    UNCTAD, ‘Restrictive Business Practices in Relation to the Trade and Development of Developing Countries’, (New York: 1973), TD/B/C.2/119.Google Scholar
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    Economic and Social Council of the European Parliament, Doc. 253/72, 5 January 1973, p. 7.Google Scholar
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    EC Commission, ‘Multinational Enterprises and Community Regulations’, 7 November 1973, Doc. COM (73) 1930.Google Scholar

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© Gerard Curzon 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jurgen Poeche
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  1. 1.Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie E.VCologneGermany

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