SOME REFLECTIONS ON CUSTOM IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

Bartosz Ziemblicki

Abstract


The main problem with surveying customary international economic law is that there is no universally accepted understanding of the term international economic law. On the contrary, there are huge differences in this regard, ranging from classifying it as a part of public international law to a broad area of law, covering parts of international, municipal and other law, distinguished by the object of regulation – international economic relations of public and private nature.

Keywords: international economic law, customary law, economic relations


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