Trans-European Network

The Trans-European Network (TEN) was laid out in the Treaty of Rome in 1957. It has been

designed to provide the defined four basic freedoms – freedom of movement of persons, goods and services, as well as the free movement of capital and payments – with the required infrastructure. Today, the Trans-European Network includes a vast European transport, energy and telecommunications network.

 
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