Introduction With the trend of economic globalisation, it is necessary for the European Union to secure and enlarge permanently new markets which mean stronger growth and more jobs. Enlargement of the EU is also the single most important foreign policy task in Europe today. Enlargement of the Union will strengthen European stability and security, economic welfare and development, and environmental protection. It will create great opportunities for companies, employees and consumers throughout the continent. According
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