quantitative restrictions

quantitative restrictions
usually known as quotas, these measures, being non-pecuniary measures, are significant in that they are controlled by the law of the European Union. These prohibitions are designed to bolster up the rules against customs duties and charges having equivalent effect. The law also applies to measures having equivalent effect to quantitative restrictions.

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