The EU is often called a “Single Market” because it treats EU Member States as a single economic area and businesses can trade goods across the EU without paying tariffs. As long as goods shipped between EU Member States are “in free circulation”, customs documents and/or licences are required only if the goods are “controlled”.
There are currently 28 EU Member States; they are:
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