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24/09/2008 : 24/09/2008 – Workshop "Market Monitoring: Experience at the Community and National Level"

The aim of the workshop was to present a new method for the governance of the Single Market, which is based on a monitoring of key goods and services markets. Progress made in applying the market monitoring at the EU level was discussed, as well as the possibility of implementing a similar approach at the Member State level.

The November 2007 Single Market Review included a number of proposals to improve the governance of the Single Market in order to give it a new impetus and claim its significant untapped potential. One of the main principles underlying these proposals was a shift towards a more economic approach in policy making. The implementation of this new governance principle has led to the development of a methodology for the monitoring of key goods and services markets.


The workshop drew upon the experiences of the Commission and Member States in terms of the monitoring of key goods and services markets at the national level. The Commission also presented on-going work in terms of in-depth market investigations in a small number of key sectors.

Date and venue

24 September 2008, Centre BREYDEL (BREY), room Auditorium, Brussels

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- Programme English textpdf(81 kB) Choose translations of the previous link 
- Practical information English textpdf(40 kB) Choose translations of the previous link 
- Background material part 1 English text
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Contact

For any queries related to the programme or the organisation of the workshop, please contact the organising team by email or fax (+32-2-299-35-02).

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