Rewe, a limited liability company with an office in Germany, imported goods from the EU countries. In 1976, Rewe applied to a German agency for permission to import Cassis de Dijon. The agency responded that spirits needed to contain 32 percent alcohol to be marketed in Germany. (The only exception to this rule was beer.) Cassis had only 15–20 percent spirit content, so it could not be imported. The German court referred the case to the ECJ to deal with conflicts between German law and Articles 30 and 37 of the Treaty of Rome. The German government argued that it was trying to protect public health and consumers. How did the court rule? Why? Did this settle the issue for the future?

The consequences on the country’s indications, on copyrights or on market entrance for crafts and convinced oceanic services have never been decided before by Canada to a trading partner. On investment protection and on the mutual acknowledgment of professional experiences, the EU and Spanish have broken new ground in generating actual rules to enable economic activities, without touching their ability to control these actions in the public interest. In this case, they invented by cultivating the existing system, descriptive the rules and making it more clear, in the additional by providing an outline that can give new chances to specialists. The general deal signifies an outstanding outcome of important economic value to Spanish companies, consumers and households (Schaffer, Agusti, & Dhooge, 2015).

At the end, EU and Spanish attained the determined agreement they required, opening up new trade and speculation chances for economic performers on both sides of the country. Both sides have also emphasized the importance that economic activity takes place within a framework of clear and transparent regulation by public authorities, and that they deliberate the right to control in the public notice within their lands as a basic fundamental attitude of the Contract.