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A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA

Voogsgeerd, H., Jan-2020, Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies. Wu, C-H. & Gaenssmantel, F. (eds.). London and New York: Routledge, p. 194-211 18 p.

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Voogsgeerd, H. (2020). A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA. In C-H. Wu, & F. Gaenssmantel (Eds.), Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies (pp. 194-211). London and New York: Routledge.

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Voogsgeerd, Herman. / A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA. Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies. editor / Chien-Huei Wu ; Frank Gaenssmantel. London and New York : Routledge, 2020. pp. 194-211

Harvard

Voogsgeerd, H 2020, A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA. in C-H Wu & F Gaenssmantel (eds), Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 194-211.

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A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA. / Voogsgeerd, Herman.

Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies. ed. / Chien-Huei Wu; Frank Gaenssmantel. London and New York : Routledge, 2020. p. 194-211.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

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Voogsgeerd H. A legal approach for trade issues and a diplomatic approach for non-trade and sustainability issues? From the EUSFTA via the Singapore opinion of the court of justice of the EU to the JEFTA. In Wu C-H, Gaenssmantel F, editors, Law and Diplomacy in the Management of EU-Asia Trade and Investment Relations: UACES Contemporary European Studies. London and New York: Routledge. 2020. p. 194-211


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