Included in the main goals of the said organization are foreign trade interaction, democratization, human rights, pluralism and the rule of law.1
The focal point of the objectives is the establishment of a Common Market which can enable a coherent activities related to the economy towards development and expansion. This will enable the free movement of goods in the member countries by preventing different forms of national restrictions in terms of processes such as importation, exportation and other forms of product movement.
The main issue that is the focus of the study is the governing law on the basis of the movement of the goods and products across borders. The implementation of the EC Treaty and Law can be considered important due to the question of its maximum applicability until the present era.
Due to the fact that the European Union can be perceived as a single unit in the economic society, the process of trade of products and goods can be predicted to be relatively more complicated. The governing law then can be considered as the key concept that can be studied.
Although the European Community (EC) has different specified objectives, the participation and control of the international trade can be considered as the main goal. ...
It the view of the system can be considered confusing, this is due to the fact that although the member nations of the EC has independent governing laws, the incorporation of the EC Law can be considered as a necessity and requirement. But due to the fact that the organization requires full-pledged cooperation and dedication, the EC Law is applied by the national courts. This is important to be able to determine the applicability of the rules in the member nations. The EC Justice is the law governing unit that cooperates and transcends the member nations.2
In the trade and freedom of goods there are dynamics that are needed to be given attention. These are the provisions of the EC Law in terms of the importation process, exportation process, and other issues.
The EC Law that governs the importation of goods from member countries is under the Article 30. One of the important captions is in relation to the quantitative restrictions in the importation process between Member nations. This also includes related processes within the member nations and the governing body.3
The governing law is under the duties, charges and taxes. Article 23 is a related part of the EC Law that pertains to the "prohibition of the tariffs and other related measures." One of the related cases is that of the Social Foonds and SA CH. BRACHFELD that involved the importation of Belgium of diamonds. The product was charged with 0.33% duties which are prohibited by the EC Treaty. The charges that are involved upon crossing a frontier can be considered as one of the hindrance for the proliferation of the movement of goods. Under the EC Law the member states are not allowed to charge such fees and taxes.4
Upon consideration of the effect of