On 25 January 1957, in connection with the drawing up of the Treaties establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and Euratom in Val Duchesse, the Italian daily newspaper Il nuovo Corriere della Sera considers the future and challenges of agriculture for the Six.
On 20 September 1958, following its Congress held in Vienna, the European Confederation of Agriculture (ECA) publishes a manifesto in which it sets out the principles for a modern, competitive and prosperous agriculture industry in Europe.
On 23 February 1961, Emile Schaus, Luxembourg Agriculture Minister, delivers a speech to the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies in which he describes the objectives of the national agricultural policy and sets out the arrangements for its integration into the European common market.
Map published by the Press and Information Service of the European Communities showing soil use and major crops grown in the six Member States of the European Economic Community (EEC) as on 1 July 1961.
On 28 July 1962, the Luxembourg daily newspaper Luxemburger Wort analyses the implications of the common agricultural policy and describes the restrictions imposed on agriculture in Luxembourg and the role of European subsidies.