Quantitative restrictions on imports and all measures having equivalent effect (art.34 of TFEU) and quantitative restrictions on exports and all measures having equivalent effect (art.35 of TFEU) shall be prohibited. According to the well-settled case law, prohibition in art.34 of TFEU applies to discriminatory and indistinctly applicable measures. However, approach of the Court of Justice of the European Union to the art.35 of TFEU is different. This approach might be demonstrated in Groeneveld case.
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