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Single Market

Brussels, 19 November 2012 - Financial Stability and the Single Market


Antonio Vitorino, the President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute was one of the speaker of the conference "Financial Stability and the Single Market – The Keys to Growth in Europe" organized by the European Commission that took place Brussels on 19 November 2012.


Antonio Vitorino spoke on the second panel of the conference and focused on following questions: Can the Single Market save the European economy? Has a new consensus been found, or is the renewed sense of urgency the result of presure from the markets? Has the EU adopted the right strategy on the strengthening of the Single Market, notably with the Single Market Act? Should further integration and liberalisation be the main horizon? Is enough being done to reconcile citizens with the Single Market? How to address increasing diversity within the Single Market?


The other participants of the panel were Rimantas Žylius, Minister of Economy of Lithuania and Emilie Turunen, Member of the European Parliament, Vice Chair, Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance. The debate was moderated by Pierre Delsaux, Deputy director-general, DG Internal Market and Services.


The recording of conferenced can be be viewed here.

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