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If Brexit goes through, Britain will not be a member of the common market or the customs union.
The reform -- one of India’s biggest since the economy opened to foreigners in 1991 -- was a win for Jaitley and promises to unite India’s 1.3 billion people into a massive common market.
Many Britons voted for Brexit because control over immigration and their laws mattered more to them than the pecuniary advantages of the European common market.
Without a thriving common market fueled by the free flow of labor, goods, and workers, production and trade will fall, leading to increased unemployment and rising social unrest.
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COMMON MARKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of common market for English Language Learners
: a group of countries that allows free trade among its members
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