Common Market: Don't Call Us . . .

So formidable is the economic success of the Common Market that most of Europe's out nations are queuing up to get in.* Last week three neutrals—Austria, Switzerland and Sweden—met in the Swedish ski resort of Rattvik to discuss ways of becoming associated with the market without sacrificing their precious neutrality. The combined trade of the three with the market nations last year totaled $6,279,000,000, and all three fear that the market's common tariff barriers against the rest of the world will eventually freeze them out. At the same time, they fear the market's demand that members must give up national...

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