‘An “open-ended” convention with Africa’ from Le Monde (21 July 1963)

On 21 July 1963, the day after the signing in Yaoundé, Cameroon, of the first Association Agreement between the European Economic Community (EEC) and 18 states known collectively as the Associated African States and Madagascar (AASM), the French daily newspaper Le Monde describes the main provisions of the agreement.

Source and copyright

Source: Le Monde. dir. de publ. Beuve-Méry, Hubert. 21.07.1963, n° 5 757; 20e année. Paris: Le Monde. "Une convention « ouverte » avec l'Afrique", p. 1.

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