The Forum of Free Enterprise was a non-political organization founded in 1956 by A.D Shroff and was established to educate public opinion in India on free enterprise and a democratic way of life. The Forum published booklets to further its objects. The following booklet titled, “European common market and India” was published in 1962 and was authored by Dr. Hannan Ezenkiel, C.K.Narayanswami, and Prof, C.L. Gheewala in relation to the symposium arranged by the forum at Bombay in 1961. The booklet starts with the introduction of the aim of ECM through the establishment of a common market and assimilating its aim with various economic policies. The booklet highlighted the measures that need to be adopted in alliance with the aim of the Treaty. In the article titled, “European common market and India,” Mr. Ezenkiel discussed the relationship between the Indian market and European Common Market. He highlighted the provisions for the reduction of duties and quota restrictions in a common market which enunciates for the freedom of capital and labor. He further emphasized the rapid development of markets due to the liberal policies and highlighted the importance of Britain’s entry into the common market as a positive deed. C. K. Narayanaswami outlined the brief history of the European common market organization. And further brought focus on Britain’s entry back then as a hidden advantage to India’s own industrialization and the unexplored arenas of domestic markets. Prof. C. L. Gheevala highlighted the political purview of the European Common Market and added incentives for accelerating the standards of living back then. He provided the reason for Britain joining the Common Market. He posed the question of the existence of the Asian Common Market as something that can likely be integrated like the other common markets. And lastly focused on reforming our own segments of the economy for maintaining the position in the foreign markets.