Chapter 33: The external dimension of the principle of conferral: division of competences in international trade
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The chapter focuses on the application of the principle of conferral in the area of the common commercial policy and classifies the norm as one of the general principles of EU law that is anchored in the value of the rule of law. The contribution evaluates how the catalogue of competences introduced in the Treaty of Lisbon and its application by the Court of Justice contributed towards alleviating some of the tension that existed in the area of external trade between the Union and the Member States.

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