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The Customs Union was invented in 1828 to supply the necessary element of coherency.

The customs union of Germany has greatly damaged English commerce.

Prussia, on the other hand, had the pull of Austria in the possession of the machinery of the Customs Union.

The Customs Union was extended until it embraced nearly the whole of Germany.

A Customs Union Bill was passed, and this in itself constituted a considerable development of the idea of federation.

This sentence makes it perfectly plain that a little later Germany intends to incorporate Rotterdam in her own customs union.

It was in 1880 that the proposal to include Hamburg in the Customs Union was first politically discussed.

In those matters which belong to the periodical and terminable The Customs Union.

The territory of foreign States, wholly or partly, may be included within the Customs Union by treaty or other agreement.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CUSTOMS UNION

Common Market

nouneconomic unit
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