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Internal market

Internal market

The internal market of the European Union is a single market in which the free movement of goods, services, capital and persons is ensured and in which European citizens are free to live, work, study and do business.
Since it was created in 1993, the single market has opened more to competition, created new jobs, defined more affordable prices for consumers and enabled businesses and citizens to benefit from a wide choice of goods and services.
The European Union is working towards further simplification of the regulations which still prevent citizens and businesses from making the most of the advantages of the single market.

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