(European Law) The main differences between CETA and the single market

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‘’At one level, an agreement like the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (‘CETA’) and the TFEU provisions on the internal market can be said to follow the same
objective, namely trade liberalisation. There is, however, a world of difference between attempting to merge national markets into a single common market and merely affording national treatment to
goods and services from another jurisdiction.’
Assess what the most significant differences are between trade liberalization  in the context of an agreement like CETA and the EU’s internal market legal regime.