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EuroCommerce wants stores and wholesalers to vote in the upcoming European elections happening from June 6 to 9, 2024. Over 400 million people can vote, and EuroCommerce thinks it’s important that businesses in retail and wholesale have a say.

EuroCommerce says these elections are crucial for the European Union. They’re about deciding the future of Europe, focusing on things like peace, freedom, and following the rules.

Right now, the EU has more than 450 million people who live together peacefully and benefit from the Single Market. EuroCommerce believes the EU’s values help everyone, including businesses.

EuroCommerce says Europe needs to keep changing and improving. They think a strong Europe, speaking together on big issues, can negotiate fairly with other parts of the world.

They say this doesn’t take away from anyone’s national identity; it adds to it.

EuroCommerce is asking the five million businesses in retail and wholesale, along with the 26 million people working in these sectors, to do their part in making Europe stronger this June.

EuroCommerce is a big group that represents retail and wholesale in Europe. It includes organizations from 27 countries, ranging from big global companies to small businesses.

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