The free movement of goods is one of the four freedoms of the single market of the European Union provided by The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The mutual recognition principle, which is enshrined in the Treaty, guarantees free movement of goods and services without the need to harmonise European Union member states' national legislation and prohibits any unjustified restrictions on intra-EU trade.
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The Services Directive is a European piece of legislation which allows businesses to provide services in the European Economic Area (EEA) much easier. It requires all EEA countries to lift unnecessary legal and administrative barriers that hinder businesses from setting up or offering their services in another EEA country and to simplify formalities that service providers need to comply with.
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The tutorial presents, how an architect from Slovenia can submit all necessary documents to the competent institution in order to get authorisation for cross-border provision of services. Click here