(1971). c Trente jours d'Europe », La Communaute a Dix, decembre
First mooted at the Hague Summit of the Six at the end of 1969, one of the principal results of the Heads of State and Government meeting in Paris was to confirm the commitment to this goal of the three new member states.
(1972). Further reading: see "European Studies" nos 14 and 16. The and Paris Summit Europe's future
If the 1960's saw the Community concentrate on an industrial Customs Union and the creation of a Common Farm Policy, then the motor of EEC development over the next eight years will be progressive integration in the economic and monetary sectors.
(1973). of the Communique is devoted to relations with Eastern Europe. The EEC reaffirmed that their co·mmon commercial policy, which forbids bilateral trade accords by member states would take effect on schedule on
(1974). On close scrutiny, all that the Paris Summit communique does apart from setting the 1980 deadlines for EMU and the wider European Union is to list a detailed programme of what the Community institutions must achieve in 1973. From
(1973). The Council will, therefore, before
(1971). the Fund will take over the running of the system of short-term monetary support among EEC Central Banks, which has been in operation since