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Florin Bonciu (2007)
Journal: Romanian Economic and Business Review
Types: Article
Subjects: Lisbon Treaty, European Union, institutional change, division of competence
The Lisbon Treaty or Reform Treaty represent in brief the current position of the European Union member states towards the idea of European economic integration. One important characteristic of this Lisbon Treaty is the fact that it amends at the same time two previous treaties, namely the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Communities.
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