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- abbr. European Economic Community
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- European Economic Community, has now been replaced with EU, European Union.
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- n. an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members
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The EEC is primarily responsible for the dreadful agricultural economic outlook we have, now being tackled by the United States.
In terms of opportunities today in Britain, the opportunity to manufacture and export into the EEC is second to none.
And the EEC is now preparing for a showdown with the Japanese which is expected to result in further European restrictions on Japanese imports.
So the Common Customs Area called the EEC that we decided to join isn't a reality, yet the political unity project that we in the U.K. wouldn't have joined continues to be foisted upon the peoples of Europe and the U.K.
It stands at 51,250 as a result of the unfair, dirty competition of the EEC, which is selling subsidized meat.
The latest and rather drastic example is the so-called wine market regulation, when a settlement on relatively narrow interests was made the condition for an event of world-wide significance, namely, the start of negotiations for British membership in EEC.
She was also born with Ectrodactyly Ectodermal Dysplasia Cleft Syndrome, also known as EEC syndrome, an unusual genetic disorder that left her with a cleft palate, cleft lip, few teeth, missing fingers and missing toes.
She currently serves as the executive director of the EEC, which is now owned by the Direct Marketing Association.
The more interesting idea proposed by the EEC is the metric Unique Email Action Rate.
When only twelve years old, I campaigned with the local Conservative party under the leadership of Sir Ian Gilmour, Member of Parliament (MP), to keep Britain within the European Union (then called the EEC), a position which I now find myself opposed to.