Definition of European Economic Community in English:

European Economic Community

Syllabification: Eu·ro·pe·an Ec·o·nom·ic Com·mu·ni·ty
(abbreviation: EEC)
An institution of the European Union, an economic association of western European countries set up by the Treaty of Rome (1957). The original members were France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. See also European Community and European Union.

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