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Be sure that the directory you're selecting for the import contains the pom.xml file - this is what Maven will look for.

I'd also recommend that you do a

mvn clean install

in this same directory prior to importing into Eclipse. Strictly speaking it may not be totally required to do it this way, but it's solved a lot of problems for me.