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The EU's single market allows goods, services, capital and people to move freely across EU countries. How much do you know about it? Take our quiz.
In 2023, the EU will mark the 30th anniversary of the single market. The European Parliament continues its work to remove market barriers, ensure safe products and fair competition and adapt the rules in response to new developments such as the digital transformation.
So what do you know about the single market? Test yourself with our quiz:
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