The History of the European Union: Origins of a Trans- and Supranational Polity 1950-72

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List of Abbreviations
ACEAEuropean Automobile Manufacturers Association
APECAsia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
CAPCommon Agricultural Policy
CCMCCommittee of Common Market Automobile Constructors
CEDCommittee for Economic Development (United States)
CEOChief Executive Officer
CEPESComité Européen pour le Progrès Économique et Sociale
CIACentral Intelligence Agency
CLMCLiaison Committee of the European Producers of the Common Market
CNPFConseil National du Patronat Français
CocorCoordinating Committee
CoreperCommittee of Permanent Representatives
DGDirectorate-General
DG IIIDirectorate-General for Industrial Affairs
DG IVDirectorate-General for Competition
DNADet norske Arbeiderparti (Norway)
ECEuropean Communities
ECAEuropean Co-operation Administration
ECJEuropean Court of Justice
ECSCEuropean Coal and Steel Community
EEAEuropean Economic Area
EECEuropean Economic Community
EFTAEuropean Free Trade Association
EIBEuropean Investment Bank
ELECEuropean League for Economic Co-operation
EPEuropean Parliament
EPCEuropean Political Community
ERPEuropean Recovery Program
ERTEuropean Round Table of Industrialists
EUEuropean Union
EuratomEuropean Atomic Energy Community
GATTGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

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