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Britain and the Common Market

  • Donald MacDougall

Abstract

I have been asked to write about the special problems facing the United Kingdom in connection with her desire to join the European Economic Community. I shall say nothing about the special problems facing the Six in accepting British membership. This does not mean that I regard them as unimportant; but they are outside my terms of reference.

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Food Price European Economic Community Jute Textile British People Commonwealth Country 
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Note

  1. 2.
    See A. Lamfalussy, ‘Europe’s Progress: Due to Common Market?’, Lloyd’s Bank Review Octobor 1961.Google Scholar

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© Sir Donald MacDougall 1975

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  • Donald MacDougall

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