A dead end for the EU? by ProQuest


At first this strategy seemed to enjoy considerable success - reforms aimed at consolidating Europe-wide markets and at reinforcing competition did give an important impetus to institutional development, especially with the successful introduction of the euro and the European Central Bank. After nearly sixty years of increasing economic interdependence, the commercial, industrial and financial interests linked to market integration are immense.\n If one member state court refused to enforce EU law, if one member state parliament refused to write an EU directive into national law, or if one government defied the EU rules in a determined way, the Union would be faced with a political crisis.

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