This Note argues that, while the Pricing Regulation is a positive step in the development of a common market within the EEC, it is protectionist in its approach to developing nations. Part I analyzes the complaint against Hyundai in the context of the international shipping industry. Part II examines the EEC's conflicting policy goals in adopting the Pricing Regulation. Part III discusses the dichotomy between the Pricing Regulation itself and the EEC's trade policy within the Community. This Note concludes that the EEC must reconcile its policy of elimination barriers to free trade within the Community with its interest in protecting its domestic market from competition outside the Community.
David S. Smith,
The EEC's Unfair Pricing Practices Regulation: New Wave of Competition or Protectionism in Community Shipping? ,
11 Fordham Int'l L.J. 883
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