Common Market: Reunion in Brussels

Europe's progress toward economic unity, halted for eight months by France's boycott of the top councils of the Common Market, got back on the tracks last week. French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville returned to Common Market headquarters in Brussels and once more sat down with the ministerial envoys of West Germany, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg in the mahogany-paneled Salle d'Europe.

Tenuous Compromise. The French presence in Brussels had been arranged six weeks earlier in Luxembourg by a compromise in which France and the other five EEC countries somewhat...

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