Parties To The Agreement On The European Economic Area



-December 14, 2020-

Parties To The Agreement On The European Economic Area

Mike Burroughs

391 D 0116: Council decision 91/116/EEC of 25 February 1991 establishing the European Advisory Committee on Statistical Information in the Economic and Social Domains (OJ L 391, p. No. L 59, 6.3.1991, 21). EFTA states contribute to the reduction of economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area by funding investment and development projects in the priority sectors covered by Article 3. Each party defines the procedure for granting the status of an approved economic operator and the legal effects of that status. Non-EEA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) have agreed to adopt legislation similar to that adopted in the EU in the areas of social policy, consumer protection, the environment, corporate law and statistics. [Citation required] These are some of the areas covered by the former European Community (the "first pillar" of the European Union). When the procedure under Article 93, paragraph 2, first and second paragraphs, of the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community or the corresponding procedure established by an agreement between the EFTA States establishing the EFTA Supervisory Authority for State Aid Programmes and Cases is opened, the Commission or the EFTA Supervisory Authority communicate your comments to the other Authority as well as to the parties concerned. The contracting parties agree that any future EU legislation on mutual assistance in the field of spirits between the competent authorities of the EC Member States concerned by this agreement will be dealt with in accordance with the general decision-making provisions of the agreement.

On the community`s initiative, mutual recognition agreements from third countries on the assessment of compliance of products for which the use of a trademark is provided for by EU legislation are negotiated. The Community will negotiate on the basis of parallel mutual recognition agreements between the third countries concerned and the EFTA countries, which correspond to those to be concluded with the Community. The parties cooperate in accordance with the general information and consultation procedures of the EEA agreement. In the event of differences in relations with third countries, they are dealt with in accordance with the relevant provisions of the EEA agreement. (1) The aim of this Association Agreement is to promote a continuous and balanced strengthening of trade and economic relations between the parties in a level playing field and compliance with the same rules, in order to create a homogeneous European economic area, referred to as the EEA.


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