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Definition of 'multi-speed' europe

'multi-speed' europe Definition from Government Dictionaries & Glossaries
EU English Glossary
"Multi-speed" Europe is the term used to describe the idea of a method of differentiated integration whereby common objectives are pursued by a group of Member States both able and willing to advance, it being implied that the others will follow later.

See:

•Closer cooperation
•Single institutional framework 

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'multi-speed' europe Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
Wikipedia English - The Free Encyclopedia
Multi-speed Europe or two-speed Europe (called also variable geometry Europe or Core Europe depending on the form it would take in practice) is the idea that different parts of the European Union should integrate at different levels and pace depending on the political situation in each individual country. Indeed, multi-speed Europe is currently a reality, with only a subset of EU countries members of the eurozone and of the Schengen area. Like other forms of differentiated integration such as à la carte and variable geometry, multi-speed Europe arguably aims to provide a solution to the dilemma between unity and diversity, widening and deepening of the European Union.

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