Fractious Common Market

Szulc, Tad
November 1976
New Republic;11/20/76, Vol. 175 Issue 21, p15
Examines the crisis faced by the European Common Market in 1976. Condition of economies of its principal members; Impact of the Treaty of Rome on the Common Market; Information on runaway inflation and unemployment in Europe; Problem posed by the Common Market crisis for the U.S. administration; Factors that affect trade relations within the European community; Efforts by the European Economic Commission in dealing with the crisis.


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