The Permanent Representatives Committee and the ‘Deepening’ of the Communities
The nineteen years during which the Treaty of Paris has been in force and the thirteen years of the Treaties of Rome have led to a development in the Communities which, in its extent, variety and depth, exceeds anything the signatories could have hoped for. The volume of derived Community legislation has increased considerably and it now governs important sectors of economic activity. The enlargement of the Communities provides the best confirmation of this success.
KeywordsMember State Monetary Policy Monetary Union European Economic Community Preparatory Work
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