EC-92: Catalyst for Change
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ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The Single European Act of 1987, commonly referred to as EC-92, is a major European Community program to create a single integrated European Market by the end of 1992. The primary objective of EC-92 is to remove intra-Community barriers to free movement of trade. The program has been successful to an unprecedented degree in Community history. Its success has spawned renewed enthusiasm in the European Community to progress further in economic and political integration. Additionally, the economic success of EC-92 has attracted non-Community countries to seek closer affiliation or membership with the Community. The growing economic strength of the Economic Community has also put it in a leading role in world affairs. As Community influence grows, its institutions and processes are being challenged to adapt to the new role as a leading world economic power. This paper is an overview of the growth of the European Community, its emergence as an independent power, the impact of recent major world events on the Community, the Communitys progress towards Economic and Monetary Union, its progress towards Political Union and its prospects for the near term.
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