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European economic community

British pronunciation/jˌʊəɹəpˈiən ˌiːkənˈɒmɪk kəmjˈuːnɪtˌi/
American pronunciation/jˌʊɹəpˈiən ˌiːkənˈɑːmɪk kəmjˈuːnɪɾi/
European economic community

an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members

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european economic community definition and meaning
1It became the European Economic Community as a result of the Rome Treaty of 1957.
2And then in 1973, we entered the European Economic Community, the precursor to the EU.
3Entrance to the European Economic Community could not save the British economy or its social democratic fabric, which was gradually stripped away by the increasingly ascendant neo form of liberalism that currently rules our planet.
4Began as six contracting members who formed a coal and steel community in the early 1950s, that then became the European Economic Community in 1958.
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