10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUOTA-HOPPING»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to quota-hopping
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Making the Cut?: Low-Income Countries and the Global ...
The chapter presents an overview of recent developments of clothing exports in
SSA and the specific ways SSA LICs have been integrated into global clothing
value chains based on MFA quota hopping and preferential market access ...
Enforcing the Common Fisheries Policy
Introduction Quota hopping is the practice whereby persons (legal or otherwise)
and vessels of one nationality, obtain the right to catch a portion of the available
catch of another country's national quota under the common fisheries policy.
Ronán J. Long, Peter A. Curran, 2008
Implementing and Enforcing European Fisheries Law: The ...
An access-related policy issue is quota hopping. This issue is, as has been seen
in Chapter 4, closely related to the fundamental EC Treaty freedom of
establishment. The Factortame case law revealed that Member States can do no
more than ...
Braving Troubled Waters: Sea Change in a Dutch Fishing Community
In 2005, the Flemish government sought ways of confining quota entitlements to
Belgian nationals (read Flemish owner-operators) – deliberately risking a
reprimand by the European Court of Justice. The quota-hopping controversies
cast light ...
Belastingontwijking en de EG-Verdragvrijheden:
The (non-tax) anti-quota-hopping decisions, decided under the freedom of
establishment, are important with regard to nationality requirements in anti-
avoidance measures. These decisions dealt with anti-avoidance measures
involving a ...
The EC Common Fisheries Policy
The main practitioners of quota hopping have been Spanish and Dutch fishing
enterprises. In the case of Spanish fishing vessel owners, the fishing
opportunities available to them in Community waters were quite limited in the
Robin Churchill, Daniel Owen, 2010
Institutional dynamics of European integration. 2 (1994)
It is submitted that quota- hopping, as defined above, is an abuse of the right of
establishment. The system of total allowable catches, divided into national fish
quotas, had been agreed by the Council with the laudable aims both of
Deirdre M. Curtin, Ton Heukels, Henry G. Schermers, 1994
Progress of the Common Fisheries Policy: 21st Report of ...
If you are thinking about quota hopping, that is really a different issue. That is the
issue of whether a United Kingdom based business can be bought by someone
from another EU Member State, and there is nothing we can do under EU law to ...
Europe: A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union from ...
But that was a system for six countries, not 20 or more; in the end the
Community's search for greater legitimacy is bound to lead to a closer alignment
of votes with populations. (See Appendix 4.) Quota-hopping The practice of
registering a ...
Review of Fisheries in OECD Countries 2008: Policies and ...
The Earthscan Reader on International Trade and Sustainable Development,
Earthscan, London, pp. 45-76. Churchill, R.R. (1990), “Quota Hopping: The
Common Fisheries Policy Wrongfooted?”, Common Market Law Review, Vol. 27,
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUOTA-HOPPING»
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China in Africa: taking advantage
“Restrictive quotas on Chinese apparel exports in the US and preferential treatment for African exports resulted in quota-hopping transhipment from China to the ... «Financial Times, Dec 12»