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Highly regarded as the leading text in this field, this new edition of Free Movement of Goods updates the reader with all the important developments in this core area of EC law since the last edition was published in December 1995. Most notably, it discusses the expanding body of case law and the effects of the ratification of the Treaty of Amsterdam, which has superseded the Treaty of Rome. * New edition of the definitive text in this area * Incorporates the voluminous body of case law since the previous edition * Examines the convergence between the law of free movement of goods and other Treaty freedoms * Discusses recent judgments supporting restrictions on free movement in areas such as consumer protection, environmental protection and intellectual property * Assesses new rulings on state monopolies which significantly alter pre-existing principles * Includes an enhanced index for easy navigation through the text.