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European Economic Area (EEA)

an alliance established in 1991 between. the member countries of the EUROPEAN UNION -and the EUROPEAN FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION (EFTA). The EEA's aim is to extend the EU's ‘single market freedoms’ in the flow of goods, services, capital and labour to include EFTA countries will adopt the harmonization directives currently being implemented under the SINGLE EUROPEAN ACT 1986.

European Economic Area (EEA)

a FREE TRADE alliance established in 1991 between the member countries of the EUROPEAN UNION (EU) and the EUROPEAN FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION (EFTA). The EEA's aim is to extend the EU's four ‘single market freedoms’ in the flow of goods, services, capital and labour to include EFTA. EFTA countries have adopted the harmonization directives being implemented under the SINGLE EUROPEAN ACT 1986.
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With the majority of EEA employees working on permanent contracts, and likely to be living here on a long-term basis, processors are rightly concerned for the future and the potential loss of skilled and experienced food processing employees.
I believe strongly that leaving the EEA is a huge decision with fundamental political, legal and economic consequences, and that it must, therefore, be subject to a vote.
m] for EEA, which indicates that the ionic structure affects structural changes in polyethylene and its secondary crystals.
Flights to and from the EEA operated by airlines from developing countries and low-income countries whose share of the international aviation market is less than 1% will be totally exempted.
Nothing could be less certain because, on 19 March, the latter were not exactly in the best of moods regarding the EEA.
The delegation at the Press conference included Dr Eissa Bastaki, president of the EEA Technical Committee; Nasser Al Shaiba, director of Environment and Safety at the DSCE; and Ali Al Suwaidi, deputy manager of Corporate Communications for the DSCE.
A truly integrated market with homogeneous rules requires the continuous dedication of EEA EFTA States to incorporate Single Market legislation.
EEA said the report reveals that Ireland experienced a 130-percent rise in GHG emissions from transport -- excluding aviation and maritime -- while Germany experienced only a five-percent increase.
Raynes, Price's colleague at Finnegan Henderson, says he's been part of a team exploring a civil version of the EEA to make such actions easier.
Joining the EEA would have allowed Switzerland to make important steps toward liberalization.
The countries will be bound by EEA regulations and have equal rights to provide staff to the agency, compete for research contracts, and participate in EEA environmental topic centers.
In terms of volume, Spain was the leading fishing nation taking 37,237 tonnes and contributing 55% to the EEA total and 68% to the EU total.