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The EU Single Market and Customs Policy: Impact on Estonian Foreign Trade


  • Ehrlich, Laura


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  • Ehrlich, Laura, 2002. "The EU Single Market and Customs Policy: Impact on Estonian Foreign Trade," Discussion Papers 797, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy.
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