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The competitive viability of the EC is one of the crucial issues which was addressed at a seminar held at Nijmegen University in December 1992. This text contains the papers presented at the seminar by various experts on community law of the EC Commission, members of the bar association, as well as scholars and members of the business community.;The participants addressed major legal problems, which arise from the EC's attempt to liberalize various sectors of the economy, such as energy and telecommunications. More specifically, the book addresses the compatibility with treaty rules (on the free movement of goods, the free provision of services, the freedom of establishment and the rules of competition) of national monopolies in general and in the energy and postal sectors in particular.;Those professionals concerned with the need for transparency in the relationship between member states and their public undertakings will find that this publication offers them the chance to review the ideas and insight of individuals who share their visions of a more competitive, free-moving community.