THE TREATY OF ROME, OFFICIALLY THE TREATY ESTABLISHING THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (TEEC), IS AN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT THAT LED TO THE FOUNDING

OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (EEC) ON 1 JANUARY 1958. IT WAS SIGNED ON 25 MARCH 1957 BY BELGIUM, FRANCE, ITALY, LUXEMBOURG, THE NETHERLANDS AND WEST GERMANY.