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European Community

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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • An economic and political organization formed from the consolidation in 1967 of three western European treaty organizations: the European Economic Community, the European Coal and Steel Community, and the European Atomic Energy Community. In 1993 the European Community was integrated into the new European Union.

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  • noun 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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  • On 1 st December, the term European Community will merge into the European Union.

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  • On 1 st December, the term European Community will merge into the European Union.

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  • Founded to advance the economic integration of its member nations, the EU was formerly known as the European Community and before that the European Economic Community.

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  • Founded to advance the economic integration of its member nations, the EU was formerly known as the European Community and before that the European Economic Community.

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  • In the absence of a specific provision, Article 308 of the Treaty establishing the European Community is the appropriate legal basis not only for civil protection, but also for related measures on prevention, preparedness and consequence management.

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  • If you are German or French or Italian or Dutch or Belgian, the European Community is a symbol of peace and reconciliation after war.

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  • Abadía Retuerta appealed unsuccessfully to the First Board of Appeal which recalled that, in accordance with the case law of the Court of Justice, since the European Community is a party to TRIPs, the court must interpret its trade mark legislation, as far as possible, in the light of the wording and purpose of that agreement.

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  • I didn't realize back then that the EEC as a customs union had already been equipped with constitutional-like institutions and therefore offered the prospect of a real European Community, that is, a political unification of the countries of Western Europe.

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  • I didn't realize back then that the EEC as a customs union had already been equipped with constitutional-like institutions and therefore offered the prospect of a real European Community, that is, a political unification of the countries of Western Europe.

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  • This outcome is in stark contrast to the WTO's plurilateral Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), which includes guarantees of national treatment and non-discrimination and to which the European Community is a party.

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