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single market

n
(Economics) a market consisting of a number of nations, esp those of the European Union, in which goods, capital, and currencies can move freely across borders without tariffs or restrictions
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I wonder where he finds his information about Europe, the single market and trade.
The Single Market is a deeper trade agreement that sees member countries sign up to the free movement of goods, services, people and money across their borders.
The Council adopted conclusions on "A new level of ambition for a competitive single market".
RICHARD Thomas' predictions on the future of work after outside the Single Market is a warning to all Welsh workers ("Four areas of the UK's legal system that will need attention post-Brexit", 5 November 2018).
The Scottish National party will vote against any Brexit deal that takes the UK out of the single market and customs union, the party's Westminster leader has said.
Michel Barnier said Britain would not get preferential access to the EU's single market.
"But on balance we believe that the best way to protect jobs and workers' rights is to be in the single market and customs union.
The United Kingdom's main opposition party proposed a plan to effectively stay in the European Union's (EU) single market, a move that could nudge the country toward keeping closer to the bloc after Brexit.
And 66% said Britain should remain in the Single Market.
MORE than 80 senior Labour figures, including the leader of Newcastle City Council, have urged Jeremy Corbyn to back remaining in the single market.

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