European Economic Area


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European Economic Area

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(Currencies) a free-trade area created in 1994 by an agreement between the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), excluding Switzerland, and the European Union (EU). Abbreviation: EEA
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One possibility could be to remain in the European Economic Area (EEA), although this may be politically difficult.
The participant should conduct a financial audit of the costs of the project "," Ancient History of Sofia, heritage accessible to all "is a measure 1" Restoration, renovation and preservation of cultural heritage "program BG08" Cultural heritage and contemporary arts " financed by the Financial mechanism of the European economic Area 2009-2014.
According to the company, the new therapeutic indication brings significant clinical benefit in comparison with existing therapies as determined through the Regulatory Review process, VIDAZA will receive extended market protection in all its indications for an additional year throughout the European Economic Area.
The certification reinforces our commitment to the highest standards of quality and safety on our laminated glass products which enables us to market our range throughout the European Economic Area.
Country: EuropeSector: TelecommunicationsTarget: Mach Sarl's data clearing and NRTRDE business in the European Economic Area (EEA)Buyer: Starhome GmbH Vendor: Syniverse Technologies IncType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
Originally published as a monograph in the International Encyclopedia of Laws: Intergovernmental Organizations, this book reviews the genesis, historical development, activities, and enforcement mechanisms of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) extending the EU's internal market to Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.
The ESMA's report examines the implementation of these guidelines by the 30 member states of European Economic Area.
The Commission concluded that the transaction would not significantly impede effective competition in the European Economic Area (EEA) or any substantial part of it.
This is the Sterling equivalent of the E100,000 deposit compensation limit which comes into force in all European Economic Area (EEA) member states at the end of the year.
Its chief executive, Niall Dickson, has written to health trusts pointing to the "gaping hole" in the registration system for doctors coming from the European Economic Area.
The checks will apply to more than 99% of visitors from outside the European economic area by 2010 then extended to Europeans by 2014.
In a statement released last week, the Commission concluded that the proposal will not impede effective competition in the European Economic Area.

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