The European Commission provided guidance and clarification on issues affecting the functioning of the single market as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
While the single market has brought tremendous benefits for European citizens and businesses, the free movement of goods, services, capital, and people hasn’t always operated smoothly. For this reason, the European Commission adopted the Single Market Act.
In this forum, the European Commission and EU country authorities discuss the most pressing single market barriers needing to be addressed and ensure the proper functioning of the single market, including by better coordinating national responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
The European Commission monitors and evaluates the functioning of the single market and can launch infringement proceedings against EU countries that do not comply with single market rules.
Portal facilitating online access to information, administrative procedures, and assistance services that EU citizens and businesses may need in another EU country.
The single market strategy is the European Commission’s plan to unlock the full potential of the single market. The single market is at the heart of the European project, It enables citizens to travel, live, work or study wherever they wish.