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* Multilateral agreements of all kinds (Acts, Conventions, Covenants, Protocols, Statutes, Treaties, etc.) are, for the most part, indexed under ‘Agreements, multilateral’. Wherever possible, subheadings by topic have been introduced. Agreements concluded between the ECSC, EEC and Benelux Member States, and those concluded by the ECSC, EEC and Benelux with third countries are indexed under ECSC, EEC and Benelux and the name of the third country where appropriate.

The names of the authors appearing in the Literature section (pp. 465–520) have been indexed. The subject-matter referred to in the titles of the books or articles written by these authors, however, has not. Readers are requested further to consult the individual sub-headings contained in this section.

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