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Economic union


"Ode to Joy" (orchestral)
Location of EEC/ECM
EEC in 1993
Caasimadda Brussels
Qaab siyaasadeedka Economic union
Commission President
 - 1958–1967
Walter Hallstein
 - 1967–1970
Jean Rey
 - 1973–1977
François-Xavier Ortoli
 - 1977–1981
Roy Jenkins
 - 1981–1985
Gaston Thorn
 - 1985–1993
Jacques Delors
Council of Ministers
European Parliament
Waagii Cold War
 - Treaty signed

25 March 1957

 - Established

1 January 1958

 - European Communities

1 July 1967

 - Single market

1 January 1993

 - Communities become a pillar of the EU

1 November 1993

 - Pillar abolished

1 December 2009

Today part of
 European Union
¹ The information in this infobox covers the EEC's time as an independent organisation. It does not give details of post-1993 operation within the EU as that is explained in greater length in the European Union and European Communities articles.
² De facto only, these cities hosted the main institutions but were not titled as capitals due to the EEC being primarily an international organisation.