Deregulation of Rates for International Road Haulage within the European Community

Deregulation of Rates for International Road Haulage within the European Community

International road haulage between the original six member states is still subject to compulsory forked tariffs. A system of reference tariffs operates between them and Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The author considers the shortcomings of both systems and the prospects for further liberalisation.

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