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Brussels Summit

Brussels Summit Salil Sarkar THE European Economic Community's latest summit of heads of state and government ended in resounding discord on March 20, With Britain rejecting the ultimate French inspired compromise solution to the question of its contribution to the EEC, and Ireland walking out in protest against the proposed cut-back in its, as also the community's, dairy production, press headlines shrieked out questions about the EFC's future survival. Indeed, the Brussels frasco aggravated the foul impression left by EEC's failure to arrive at acceptable responses to a number of problems raised at its council meet at Athens three months back.

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