The European Union's (EU) internal market (sometimes known as the single market, formerly the common market) seeks to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and people – the EU's "four freedoms" – within the EU's 27 member states.
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... Labour came to power in 1997 with the promise to remove the "internal market" and abolish fundholding ... It replaces the internal market with "integrated care" ... He pursued measures to strengthen the internal market as part of his plan to "modernise" the NHS ...
... the introduction of what was termed the "internal market", which was to shape the structure and organisation of health services for most of the next decade ... in one region, the untried untested internal market was introduced. 1990, the National Health Service Community Care Act (in England) defined this "internal market", whereby Health Authorities ceased to run hospitals but "purchased" care from their ...
... Santer Marín Transnational Radical Party Mario Monti Internal Market / Competition Santer Marín / Prodi unknown Antonio Ruberti Science, research, technological development and ...
... Norway, and Switzerland, have abolished physical barriers across the single market by eliminating border controls ...
Famous quotes containing the words market and/or internal:
“Forbede us thing, and that desiren we;
Preesse on us faste, and thanne wol we flee.
With daunger oute we al oure chaffare:
Greet prees at market maketh dere ware,
And too greet chepe is holden at litel pris.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“I believe that there was a great age, a great epoch when man did not make war: previous to 2000 B.C. Then the self had not really become aware of itself, it had not separated itself off, the spirit was not yet born, so there was no internal conflict, and hence no permanent external conflict.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)