Chronological Table (1951-1997)1
Year Date Chronological
table of events
European Community
Council and
Commission
Regulations
Commission:
leading
decisions
European Court
of Justice:
leading
decisions
1951 18 Apr. Signature by France,
Germany, Italy, and
Benelux countries ('the
Six') of Treaty of Paris
establishing European
Coal and Steel
Community (ECSC).
1953 10 Feb. Common Market in coal
comes into force.
1 May Common Market in steel
comes into force.
1957 25 Mar. Signature of Treaty of
Rome establishing
European Economic
Community by the Six
(and establishing
EURATOM).
1958 1 Jan. Treaty of Rome comes
into force.
1961 7 Sept European Parliament
report (the Deringer
Report) on the draft of
Reg. 17 published.
1962 13 Mar. First Council Reg. 17
implementing Articles 85
and 86 of the Treaty of
Rome comes into force.
COUNCIL Reg. 17/62
Commission's powers
and procedures in
competition matters.
Bosch/ van Rijn
11 May COUNCIL Reg.
27/26 Notification
arrangements.
30 July COUNCIL Reg 26/62
applying certain
competition rules to
agriculture.
1 Nov. Deadline for notification
of multilateral
agreements under
Reg. 17/62 (approx.
800 lodged).
26 Nov. COUNCIL Reg, 141/
62 retrospectively
from 13 Mar. 1962
excluding transport
from scope of Reg.
17/62.
1For reasons of space, some abbreviations have been used and names are occasionally given in either abbreviated or 'popular'
form. Names of cases may change when taken on appeal to the Court from the Commission.

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