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EU international agreements

Page history last edited by Anneli Sarkanen 10 years, 7 months ago

The EU is often party to international agreements in its own right, as opposed to individual countries signing up to a Convention. These international agreements can be found on Eur-Lex and can also be searched.

For example, the EU (with the exception of Denmark) is acceeded to the Cape Town Convention on international interests in mobile equipment. You can then find the agreement, along with any declarations, through Eur-Lex. You can search or browse through subject matter.

 


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