A treaty signed in 1992 by members of the European Community (EC), under which the European Union (EU) was formed. The treaty calls for the establishment of European Monetary Union (EMU) by 1999 and for common policies on foreign affairs, security, justice, transport and the environment. At the time of going to print (April 1996), none of the 12 EU countries had yet met the five economic ' convergence' targets, including common GDP- deficit ratios, that have been set for 1997 as a foundation for EMU. The EU comprises Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
The 1991 treaty among members of the EU to work toward a monetary union, or common currency. This ultimately resulted in adoption of the euro in 1999.
The EU treaty adopted in 1993 that outlines plans for a single currency, coordinated social policy, and coordinated foreign policy.
signed in 1992, this treaty established the European Union (81)
One of the most controversial of the European treaties, this 1991 agreement sets out economic and monetary union and forms the basis of the EU as we now know it.
see TREATY ON EUROPEAN UNION
The "Treaty on European Union" which affirms the goal of Economic and Monetary Union. Signed in February 1992 in Maastricht, it determines the convergence criteria for participation in EMU.
In December 1991 the leaders of the 12 EC countries met at Maastricht in the Netherlands to negotiate a treaty on the European Union. The treaty was finally signed in February 1992. The treaty moved significantly towards economic, political and social union and set out the detailed timetable for economic and monetary union (EMU). It also set out the convergence criteria for economies who wanted to join in EMU.
a treaty created in 1991 that set strict financial criteria for joining the proposed monetary union, with it single currency and set 1999 as the start date for its establishment. (p. 1051)
The EU treaty completed in December 1991 that outlines plans for a single currency, coordinated social policy, mutual defense force, and coordinated foreign policy.
The Treaty on European Union which amended the Treaty of Rome. The Maastricht Treaty established key criteria which member countries needed to achieve in order to be eligible for EMU.
The treaty, signed in 1992, that established the European Union. p. 87
The treaty, formally known as the Treaty on European Union, signed in 1992, that led to the unification of many European countries. The treaty changed the name of the European Community (EC) to the European Union (EU) and led to the creation of a monetary union with a European Central bank, political and military integration, common foreign policy, and common citizenship among member countries.
The Maastricht Treaty (formally, the Treaty on European Union, TEU) was signed on February 7, 1992 in Maastricht, Netherlands after final negotiations in December 1991 between the members of the European Community and entered into force on November 1, 1993 during the Delors Commission. It led to the creation of the European Union and was the result of separate negotiations on monetary union and on political union. The Maastricht Treaty has been amended to a degree by later treaties.