Treaty of Rome


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Treaty of Rome

A 1957 agreement establishing the European Economic Community. Under the Treaty, the EEC shared a parliament and Court of Justice with the European Coal and Steel Community. These organizations eventually merged and formed the basis for what became the European Union.

Treaty of Rome

an agreement signed in 1958 by the six founding countries of the European Economic Community that established the objectives and principles of the modern EUROPEAN UNION. The Treaty provided for the removal of trade restrictions between member countries, free labour and capital mobility, harmonization of tax policies and assistance to poorer regions.
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A The Treaty of Versailles B The Treaty of Rapallo C The Treaty of Portsmouth D The Treaty of Rome 4.
The Premio Princesa de Asturias de la Concordia Award granted to the European Union is a significant recognition in a year marked by the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.
The heads of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia called on the Council to take on a stronger role when it comes to making political policies ahead of the March 25 meeting in Rome, which will mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.
The preamble to the 1957 Treaty of Rome states "ever closer union.
Contrast this with the system of law in most of Europe and one that is now over our laws because UK governments signed the Treaty of Rome, and subsequent treaties including the Lisbon Treaty.
I have no problem with a trading union, indeed that was the single objective in 1975 when the Treaty of Rome gave us the Common Market.
Founded with the Treaty of Rome in 1957 with a community of six nations seeking greater economic integration, the bloc has expanded to 27 including east European states added since the Cold War.
This second revision of the 1957 Treaty of Rome is an historic step on the road to European Union.
It is the third EUR2 commemorative coin to be issued by the Central Bank following pieces released in 2007 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and one in 2009 to celebrate 10 years of the Economic and Monetary Union.
The Treaty of Rome aims to put an end to impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of international concern, including genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and aggression.
1957: Six nations (West Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) signed the Treaty of Rome to create the European Economic Community, predecessor of the European Union.
The European Investment Bank was created by the Treaty of Rome in 1958 as the long-term lending bank of the European Union.