African Writers' Club

The common market and Africa. African Writers' Club

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    Item notes : Dr. Van der Lee talks about the Common Market. This was an agreement made between six European countries in 1958 with the Treaty of Rome. This treaty made the economies of these six countries into one unit. Mr. Van der Lee speaks about the impact of this economic treaty on African countries. The interviewer then speaks to various African delegates including Mr. Mbeyi [?] from Nigeria, Mr. Mohammed from Somalia, Mr. Zekele [?] from the Congo and Mr. Dabu [?] from Sierra Leone about their views of the Common Market

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