"Brussels relaunches single market," headlines La Tribune on a day when European Commissioner for Internal market and Services Michel Barnier is to present 12 priority measures to create a regulatory, financial and legal environment to encourage competitiveness. The goal of the measures is create five million new jobs in the EU and to increase growth by four percentage points over the next ten years. “For at least two decades,” remarks La Tribune, “growth in Europe has consistently been much lower than it has been in the United States or emergent economies in Asia (…) The single market commissioner aims to start over and to develop one of Brussels's greatest successes: the single market, which in the wake of the adoption of of an ambitious white paper in 1985, went from strength to strength." This time around, the daily reports that the "the 12 priority measures will focus on intellectual property, streamlined administrative procedures, and employee mobility…"