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Title: Import - distribution relations in the Palestinian territories
Authors: Assali, Hania 
Keywords: Distributors (Commerce) - Palestine;Palestine - Commerce
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Birzeit University . Institute of Law
Abstract: Since the signing of tile Paris Protocol on Economic Declarations in 1994 within the framework of the Peace Process' between the PLO Md Israel, several studies have been prepared on il$ trade related issues both evaluation their content and implementation. Most of these studies are more economic in nature, focusing on technical matters such as the famous fiscal leakage resulting from the clearance mechanism set by the Protocol, and the qualification and implications of the J>fqtocol as a customs union.We set 00110 1udy the trade asts of the Pl'C)(ocol and 1he1rimplementation under a different.. wider pcr$pccti vc. This study looks at the direct subject master resulting on the grounds from the implementation of the Protocol: imponĀ­ contractual (agency and distributorship con1racts) relations formed since its signing. h anceps to analyze these relations under the different, but related ,perspectives of history and Poli1ical economy, legislation and pot icy, and conceptual stipulation, .
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