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Europe at Sixes and Sevens: The Common Market, The Freee Trade Association, and the United States
Europe at Sixes and Sevens The Common Market The Freee Trade Association and the United States Author:Emile Benoit In 1957 the historical Treaty of Rome, providing for an economic union of six European countries was signed. In 1962 the provisions set forth in this treaty became a reality and France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium. the Netherlands, and Luxembourg began to abolish the closely guarded and costly trade barriers between them. The Common Market, as ... more »the union is known, is the most serious challenger to the economic stability of both Great Britain and the United States.
In this infromative and absorbing book, Professor Benoit recreates the conditions that paved the way for the Treaty of Rome. His discussions of the origins and development of the Common Market are the most comprehensive and authoritative analysis of this great European trade bloc. Professor Benoit's survey of 150 American companies reveals the extent of the United States gold crisis and points up the decline in international competitiveness of American products.« less