Index: 1. Preface. – Part one: Fundamental elements of the traditional discipline of money counterfeiting. – 2. The complex notion of money counterfeiting. – 3. The interests underlying the protection of currencies’ authenticity. – 4. The anti-counterfeiting legislation in Italy, Germany, Spain and France: an outline. – 5. The supranational nature of the fight against counterfeiting. – 6. The Geneva Convention for the Suppression of Currency Counterfeiting. – Part two: The consequences of the introduction of the euro. – 7. Guidelines of the investigation. – 8. The risk of amplified counterfeiting activities. – 9. The interests underlying the authenticity of the single currency. – 10. The Council Framework Decision 29 May 2000 on increasing the protection of the euro. – 11. The ambiguous aspects of the Framework Decision 29 May 2000. – 12. The negative aspects of the Framework Decision as a legal instrument for the protection of the euro. – 13. The feasibility of the directive for harmonization of the protection of the single currency. – 14. Conclusions.

The protection of the euro against counterfeiting

GRANDI, Ciro
2004

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Index: 1. Preface. – Part one: Fundamental elements of the traditional discipline of money counterfeiting. – 2. The complex notion of money counterfeiting. – 3. The interests underlying the protection of currencies’ authenticity. – 4. The anti-counterfeiting legislation in Italy, Germany, Spain and France: an outline. – 5. The supranational nature of the fight against counterfeiting. – 6. The Geneva Convention for the Suppression of Currency Counterfeiting. – Part two: The consequences of the introduction of the euro. – 7. Guidelines of the investigation. – 8. The risk of amplified counterfeiting activities. – 9. The interests underlying the authenticity of the single currency. – 10. The Council Framework Decision 29 May 2000 on increasing the protection of the euro. – 11. The ambiguous aspects of the Framework Decision 29 May 2000. – 12. The negative aspects of the Framework Decision as a legal instrument for the protection of the euro. – 13. The feasibility of the directive for harmonization of the protection of the single currency. – 14. Conclusions.
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