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The free movement of goods, with the objective of ensuring trade within the European Union, is one of the cornerstones of the internal market.Free movement applies under the same conditions for all goods circulating within the EU, including those from third countries, with the exception of those posing risks to consumers, public health or the environment. The ban on measures restricting imports and exports between Member States and the principle of mutual recognition ensure compliance under the monitoring of the Commission. Since it was created in 1993, what is today the state of play in different areas of the agribusiness sector? Is the principle of free movement working? Which are the areas where improvements are needed?