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ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship: (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al)

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ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship : (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al). / Xanthoulis, Napoleon.

In: International Journal for Financial Services, Vol. 2017, No. 1, 02.04.2017, p. 21-33.

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Xanthoulis, N 2017, 'ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship: (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al)', International Journal for Financial Services, vol. 2017, no. 1, pp. 21-33.

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Xanthoulis, N. (2017). ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship: (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al). International Journal for Financial Services, 2017(1), 21-33.

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Xanthoulis N. ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship: (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al). International Journal for Financial Services. 2017 Apr 2;2017(1):21-33.

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Xanthoulis, Napoleon. / ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship : (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al). In: International Journal for Financial Services. 2017 ; Vol. 2017, No. 1. pp. 21-33.

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title = "ESM, Union Institutions and EU Treaties: A Symbiotic Relationship: (Joint Cases C-8/15 P to C-10/15 P (Ledra Advertising Ltd Et Al) and Joint Cases C-105/15 P to C-109/15 P (Mallis and Malli Et Al)",
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