Single Market rules can only have their intended effects if they are correctly transposed into Member States’ national law by the agreed deadline.
Transposition monitoring helps to provide an overview of Member States' enforcement performance. On the one hand, it shows the transposition deficit (the gap between the number of Single Market laws adopted at EU level and those in force in Member States) and the compliance deficit (number of incorrectly transposed directives). On the other hand, it highlights Member States' efforts to ensure effective implementation of Single Market law and encourages them to improve their performance.
In this way transposition monitoring helps to ensure the functioning of the Single Market.
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