25 Brook. J. Int'l L. [v] (1999)
Table of Contents--Issue 2

handle is hein.journals/bjil25 and id is 5 raw text is: Brooklyn Journal
of International Law
VOLUME XXV                    1999                   NUMBER 2
CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
SECOND ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN
COMPETITIONAND TRADE ROUND TABLE
SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES
Introduction
Russell W. Pittman                                             263
A Proposal For A New Competition Policy in
Latin America
Ignacio De Le6n                                                275
Regulation and Competition Policy: Towards
an Optimal Institutional Configuration in the
Brazilian Telecommunications Industry
Gesner Oliveira
Caio Mdrio da Silva Pereira Neto                               311
MarketAccess and Market Contestability:
Is the Difference Purely Semantics? A Business
Perspective
ShankerA Singham                                               337
SYMPOSIUM ESSAY
Restraints by Regional and Local Governments
on Competition: Lessons From Transition Countries
John Clark                                                     363
ARTICLE
Balancing International Trade with Environmental Protection: International
Legal Aspects of Eco-Labels
Surya P. Subedi                                                373
NOTES
A Brave New World: Complying with the European Union
Directive on Personal Privacy Through the Power of Contract   407
Competing Interests: Anti-Piracy Efforts Triumph Under TRIPS
But New Copying Technology Undermines the Success              445

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