Putting the citizen at the heart of the European Single Market - a call for a new vision
The Single Market is among the European Union's greatest economic and political achievements of the last twenty years.It has generated growth and boosted employment and promoted solidarity among Member States. But it is facing a problematic time.
More and more European citizens view the Single Market with hostility as a right-led Council and Commission have too often pursued the single market at the cost of social rights and national labour market traditions. At the same time, the economic crisis has damaged its prospects of further development.
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