Glossary

European Union (EU)

Originally founded as a common market for six nations in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome, the EU was formerly known as the European Community. A common currency - the euro, the aim of a single market for goods and services and a political alliance throughout its member countries are the uniting principles behind the union.

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