European Economic Community

NOUN
  1. an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members
    he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union
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How To Use European Economic Community In A Sentence

  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • He believed that the European Economic Community should consolidate.
  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • He believed that the European Economic Community should consolidate.
  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • The European Union was formerly known as the European Economic Community.
  • He believed that the European Economic Community should consolidate.
  • That these fears are completely groundless is shown by the members of both the main trading groups in Europe - the European Economic Community and the European Free Trade Association - all of whom have substantially increased their sales amongst each other as a direct result of the lowering and abolition of tariffs and the abandonment of restrictions between them. The World is Our Market
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