European Common Market stage-one internal trade and factor liberalization
King, Chris W.
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Establishment of the Common Market Is being carried out In three stages of four years each. Stage one Is the period of common market trade liberalization extending from January 1, 1958, to December 31, 1961. Stage one was the most critical of the three scheduled periods for if attempts at Integration had been unsuccessful In the first years, the whole program would have been dropped. This study should prove useful In that It will provide, within limits, a theoretical and historical analysis of Common Market Integration and the major steps taken In stage one to obtain the stated objectives of trade liberalization. It will Investigate the major areas of economic relevancy, causes and effects and the particular problems and their solutions during this period.