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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Arina Ivanova
Free Movement of Goods in the European Union: Legal Aspect
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Ivanova A.

Free movement of goods in European Union: Legal aspect.

This graduate paper is aimed at study content of the free movement of goods within the European Union, but special attention will be paid to general characteristics, trends and effectiveness of legal regulation of this freedom. The objectives: (a) determining the content of the term "goods" in the context of European law; (b) studying and analysis of the general provisions of EU law to ensure free movement of goods; (c) disclosure definitions of quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect; (d) studying of derogation and justification from the regulation of free movement of goods; (g) comparative analysis of the mechanism of legal regulation of free movement of goods in EU and Eurasian economic Union.

Conclusions: firstly, «goods» may be defined as any tangible movable items and products that have monetary value and which may be subject of cross-border relations; secondly, the freedom of movement of goods is a fairly complex mechanism for the regulation of the internal market of the goods; thirdly, the freedom of movement of goods consists in forming the legal means of the single market through the elimination of quantitative restrictions and other equivalent measures that prevents turnover; fourthly, the freedom of movement allows for certain derogation and justification to the regulation; fifthly, the trend of defending national interests of member states of the EU demonstrates an attempt to find a balance to create the most effective mechanism for free movement of goods; sixthly, the system of the single internal market based on free movement of goods, services, persons and capital is one of the most progressive forms of international economic cooperation; seventhly, the experience of the EU for the construction of a single internal market, using the freedom of movement of goods, is essential also for the Eurasian Economic Union.

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