Chapter 4: The Services Directive from a constitutional perspective - the relationship with the Treaty provisions on the fundamental freedoms
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The Chapter is concerned with the constitutional import of the Services Directive. In particular, the Chapter examines the relationship between the directive and the direct application of the Treaty, exploring their respective remit of applicability and certain key divergence areas. The Chapter also devotes attention to the consequences of the directive for the relationship between the fundamental freedoms, as well as the allocation between EU internal market regulation and residual national regulatory autonomy.

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