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European Union

The European Union (EU) is a union of 28 member countries, started in 1957 as the European Economic Community (EEC).

Ōuzhōu Liánméng (EU) shì 28 ge chéngyuán-guó'd liánméng, kāishǐ yú 1957-nián'd Ōuzhōu Jīngjì Gòngtóngtǐ (EEC).


The citizens of the EU member countries are allowed to move, work or trade in other EU countries almost the same as they do in their own.

EU chéngyuán-guó'd gōngmín kěyǐ dào qítā EU guójiā dìngjū, gōngzuò huò màoyì, quánlì jīhū yǔ zài běnguó yīyàng.


17 of these countries also share the same type of money, the Euro.

qízhōng 17 guó yòng Euro wéi tōngyòng huòbì.