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EEA

abbreviation for EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA.
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All processors reported they were dependent on lower skilled non-UK EEA workers.
The EEA is not subject to the jurisdiction of the [European Court of Justice], and Article 112 of the EEA Agreement states clearly that EEA members can place constraints on free movement of labour and people, unilaterally.
During cooling, the peak temperatures and enthalpy changes of EEA-based potassium ionomers showed substantial differences compared with those of EEA.
To cover the transitional period (2014-2020), the Commission proposes that the ETS continue to apply for emissions from all flights between EEA airports, including between airports located in EEA territory and those in the outermost regions.
According to this report(1), the EEA and its European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET) "are well established and well functioning structures, delivering comprehensive and reliable outputs which, to a large extent, satisfy stakeholders' needs.
The EEA highlights best eco-friendly practices and promotes sustainable development in the region.
At the same time, EEA EFTA membership has dwindled.
According to the figures, 54 percent of non-EEA claimants went on to secure British citizenship, making them entitled to the benefits that EEA nationals can claim.
ICF's national and international geographic presence will provide wider outlets for EEA's well established products and services, providing new growth opportunities for both companies," said Joel Bluestein, president of EEA.
The EEA noted that although local authorities have to warn the public about excess ozone pollution in their districts, most Europeans travel regularly, some hundreds or thousands of kilometres.
According to EEA, the report, titled "Transport and Environment 2005: Facing a Dilemma," reveals that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transport increased in EEA nations by more than 22 percent between 1990 and 2003.
The EEA hasn't been comatose, but since March 2000, EEA activity has publicly surfaced in only a couple of dozen cases.