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Macro Legal and Regulatory Policies for Public Private Partnerships and the Industrial Interface of the EU

Antonius Hippolyte


I. Introduction Long-standing differences in national industrial policies have made for conflict in the past and make agreement difficult today1. The consequence of such disparity was that, under the Maastricht Treaty for the first time the European Union was granted the mandate to make industrial policy decisions2. It was thought that industrial policy emanating from the supranational level would benefit the European Union (EU) as a whole, rather tha


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