Free trade area, single market, customs union - what's the difference?
The European single market | UK in a changing Europe
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The European single market
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Single markets typically evolve slowly, often involving just a few countries, and then enlarging as neighbouring countries see the benefits of joining and the costs of not joining. The formation and enlargement of a single market usually involves highly complex negotiations, the degree of complexity depending upon the number of members and their level of development. In Europe, the single market for goods was largely completed by , whereas the single market for services still does not exist. For a common market to be successful it is recognised that there must also be a significant level of harmonisation of micro-economic policies, and common rules regarding product standards, monopoly power and other anti-competitive practices. This is the case with Norway, which is a member of the single market but not the European customs union.