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Four Freedoms

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  1. In European Union law, the Four Freedoms is a common term for a set of treaty provisions, secondary legislation and court decisions, protecting the ability of goods, services, capital, and labour to move freely within the internal market of the Europ

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 14, 2008
  2. More precisely, they are

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  3. (and citizenship), including free movement of workers, and freedom of establishment

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  4. The European Union is a customs union

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  5. Broadly defined, this freedom enables citizens of one Member State to travel to other to work there (permanently or temporarily)

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