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The candidates for the presidency of the Commission commented on the single market in the debate

The second Financial Times and Bruegel debate that took place in Brussels on Tuesday night for the presidency of the European Commission between the candidates, Ursula von der Leyen, Nicolas Schmidt, Sandro Goci and Anders Vistinsen, has ended. “The biggest engine of productivity we have is the single market itself, so we have to deepen and expand it and this is not only new rules, but also enforcement and implementation of the existing ones” emphasized the President of the Commission and candidate of the EPP, Ursula von der Leyen. For his part, social affairs commissioner and Socialist candidate, Nicolas Schmidt, noted that “the single market is certainly not broken, but it is not complete. We must offer it all the possibilities and adapt it to the new challenges.” “The single market is the greatest liberal success that can be found in Europe and we want more” pointed out Sandro Goci (Renew-liberals). “We want more from the single market. We want a single market for it […]
Source: News Beast

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