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com·mon mar·ket • n. a group of countries imposing few or no duties on trade with one another and a common tariff on trade with other countries. ∎  (the Common Market) a name for the European Economic Community or European Union, used esp. in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Common Market: see European Economic Community.

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COMMON MARKET

COMMON MARKET. SeeEuropean Community .

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Common Market See European Union (EU)

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