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Restrictions to free movement of products, which may be acceptable under Articles 28 and 30 of the EC Treaty, can only be avoided or eliminated through technical harmonization on Community level. This harmonization was, at first, rather slow for two reasons. First, the legislation became highly technical, as it had the objective of meeting the individual requirements of each product category. Second, the adoption of technical harmonization directives was based on unanimity in the Council.


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