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    John Martyn
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Employee involvement in management’s decision making has been a challenge for the European Community (EC) since its beginning.

Employee involvement in management’s decision making has been a challenge for the European Community (EC) since its beginning. Already in view of the six founding countries the European Economic Community (EEC) was confronted with a significant degree of diversity between the different Member States. This diversity increased with every enlargement, in particular when in 1973 the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland became members and much later in 2004 when Central and Eastern European (CEE) States together with Malta and Cyprus were included.

European Community (EC), former association designed to integrate the economies of Europe

European Community (EC), former association designed to integrate the economies of Europe. The term also refers to the European Communities, which originally comprised the European Economic Community (EEC), the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC; dissolved in 2002), and the European Atomic.

5 Treaty of Rome (1957) European Economic Community (EEC) Common market (the Six) European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) Nuclear energy

5 Treaty of Rome (1957) European Economic Community (EEC) Common market (the Six) European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) Nuclear energy. 6 Merger Treaty (1965) European Communities (ECSC, EEC, and Euratom) Joint budget and distribution of power European Parliament (1962) and budgetary control (1975). 7 Enlargement and Improvement 1973- change in French presidency and 3 new additions European Parliament (1979) 1980’s- southwest Europe (3 more countries incorporated into European Communities). Download ppt "The History and Development of the European Union, Since 1951 By John Martin, 2007. Similar presentations.

In 1952 the ‘European Coal and Steel Community’ (ECSC) formed. The 1957 Treaty of Rome created the European Economic Community (EEC). The leading individuals driving the project forward included the ‘Founding Fathers of the European Union’ (Alcide De Gasperi, Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman, and Paul-Henri Spaak. Jean Monnet: A Founding Father of the EU. More countries joined, and in 1986 the EEC started waving its own flag. In 1992 the Maastricht Treaty formed the forerunner of the EU, the European Community, and established the timetable for a single European currency (the Euro.

Month Day. March 25. Europe's Common Market founded in major step toward economic unity. On March 25, 1957, France, West Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg sign a treaty in Rome establishing the European Economic Community (EEC), also known as the Common Market. The EEC, which came into operation in January 1958, was a major step in Europe’s movement toward economic and political union. By 1950, it was apparent that centuries of Western European world supremacy was at an end. The national markets of Europe, isolated from each other by archaic trade laws,.

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European Economic Community was the full title of the EEC, which Britain joined on 1 January 1973, also .

European Economic Community was the full title of the EEC, which Britain joined on 1 January 1973, also known as the Common Market, later as the European Community; and, after the treaty of Maastricht, as the European Union. John Major declared himself happy with the resulting treaty of Maastricht, but the ‘no’ vote in the Danish ratification referendum (2 June 1992), the ignominious devaluation of the pound and exit from the ERM on ‘Black Wednesday’ (28 September 1992), emboldened Conservative ‘Eurosceptics’, who forced Major into a Commons vote of confidence to achieve ratification.

The EEC was in the process of cooperation and integration, which began in 1958 with only six members. The European Economic Community has come along way and many people are impressed with the outcomes. Some are even afraid they are going to out power the United States. Now the members who united are: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom or Great Britain, and Northern Ireland.

The European Economic Community (EEC) was a regional organisation that aimed to bring about economic integration among its member states. It was created by the Treaty of Rome of 1957

The European Economic Community (EEC) was a regional organisation that aimed to bring about economic integration among its member states. It was created by the Treaty of Rome of 1957. Upon the formation of the European Union (EU) in 1993, the EEC was incorporated and renamed the European Community (EC). In 2009, the EC's institutions were absorbed into the EU's wider framework and the community ceased to exist.

The European Economic Community, or the Common Market, or the EEC was established in 1957. The original six member countries of the Community were France, West Germany, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Then a few other countries joined the Community. Britain, together with the Irish Republic and Denmark, joined the . on 1st January, 1973. The membership allows imports to enter member countries either free of duty or at lower customs duties.