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Title: E.C. harmonisation and the free movement of pharmacists and pharmaceutical products
Authors: Camilleri, David
Keywords: Medical care -- European Economic Community countries
Pharmaceutical services -- Malta
Pharmaceutical services -- European Economic Community countries
Pharmacists -- Europe
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy
Citation: Camilleri, D. (1992). E.C. harmonisation and the free movement of pharmacists and pharmaceutical products. In A. Serracino-Inglott (Ed.), Pharmacy Final Year Students 1992 Project Abstracts, Vol. 2, (pp. 580-584). University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy.
Abstract: With the 31st of December 1992 being so close at hand, the Administrative Institutions of the E.C. are hard at work in drawing-up, adopting, and enforcing Community law so as to fuIfiII their commitment towards the formation of a Single European Market by the deadline indicated above. The principal aim and goal of the single European Market is the birth of a European area through which goods, persons, capital, and services can move freely without having to overcome the physical, technical and fiscal barriers to trade, which currently exist between the different European nations.
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