The Treaty of Rome imposed on the member-countries of the Common Market a task of unprecedented complexity. It decreed that the Six should unify their economies behind a protectionist tariff wall under conditions which if they are not to be described as planification on a European scale must be regarded as wiping out the last vestiges of laissez-faire.
KeywordsTrade Mark European Economic Community Trade Practice Resale Price Commercial Agent
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