Title
Legal issues of EC-Cyprus trade relations
Author
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Law
Publication type
article
Publication
London ,
Subject
Law
Source (journal)
The international and comparative law quarterly. - London, 1952, currens
Volume/pages
52(2003) :2 , p. 489-498
ISSN
0020-5893
Carrier
E
Target language
English (eng)
Abstract
Whilst the political aspects of Cyprus's membership to the European Union have become the main focus of academic analysis over the years, its trade relations with the Member States have raised issues just as interesting from a legal point of view. This has been illustrated quite recently by the Anastasiou II judgment delivered by the European Court of Justice in 2000. The article aims at highlighting some of these issues. It is structured in three parts: the first part outlines the provisions of the ECCyprus Association Agreement governing trade between the parties; the second part analyses the Court's first ruling on imports of certain produce from the northern part of Cyprus;1 the third part examines the recent judgment of the Court on imports of produce which, whilst originating in the northern part of Cyprus, are being accompanied by phytosanitary certificates issued by the Turkish authorities.