Europe 1992: An American Perspectiveby Gary Clyde Hufbauer
The concept of a united Western Europe has been a major force shaping events on that continent throughout the postwar era. In the economic sphere important progress had already been made by 1985. Early on, agreement was reached and steps gradually taken to remove virtually all the tariffs on commodity trade among the countries of the European Community ( EC), initially six, then expanded to nine, and now including twelve Western European nations.
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