The linkage of the EU ETS with that of EEA member countries is taking place through the incorporation of the EU ETS Directive (2003/87/EC as amended) into the European Economic Area
This is expected to result in a substantial reduction in the retail price of roaming services that allow customers to make and receive calls while travelling in the European Economic Area
If travelling with the European Economic Area
get an EHIC form from a Post Office and/or private medical insurance which is necessary for other destinations.
Iceland has been accused of contravening European Economic Area
(EEA) laws by charging higher taxes on international flights than on domestic flights.
Given the sharply diverging levels of labor productivity, a harmonization, say, of labor market regulations would have disastrous consequences for competitiveness and thus for growth and employment in the European economic area
. Each country therefore has to target and implement the needed reforms for itself.
The positive opinion will now be referred to the European Commission, which grants marketing authorization for medicines in the European Union, as well as to European Economic Area
members Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 30, 2015-Celgene International SA rl to market VIDAZA in European Economic Area
for adult patients aged 65 years or older with AML who are not eligible for HSCT
It therefore concluded that the transaction would not significantly impede effective competition in the European Economic Area
or any substantial part of it.
If adopted, the regulation will allow Bulgarians to take any jobs in Iceland as of January 1, 2012, in accordance with the provisions of the European Economic Area
and the Icelandic legislation.
The EC, the European Uniona[euro](tm)s competition watchdog, said in a statement on Friday that the takeover would not harm the effective competition in the European economic area
In a statement, the European Commission said, 'After examining the operation, the Commission concluded that the transaction would not significantly impede effective competition in the European Economic Area
(EEA) or any substantial part of it.'