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EEA

abbreviation for EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA.
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The EEA Council recognised that the special partnership between the EU and the EEA EFTA States was the best guarantee of long-term shared prosperity and has contributed to the construction of a Europe based on stability, peace, democracy, the rule of law, and human rights.
EEA was selected as one of four finalists for the category of Consulting Engineer of the Year.
Best expects, however, that UK companies will still be able to underwrite reinsurance business on a cross-border basis post Brexit, in all but a small number of EEA jurisdictions.
EEA came into force on January 1, 1994 between 12 EU and 6 EFTA states.
In 2013/14 just 1,311 EU and EEA nurses and midwives left the register over the course of the year - and the figure has risen ever since.
The EEA has a number of members in a variety of industries all over the globe.
Tropicana Orange Juice Smooth 1.5l - Current: [pounds sterling]2; WTO: [pounds sterling]2.34; Free trade-style agreement: [pounds sterling]2.28; EEA: [pounds sterling]2.16
Aberavon Labour MP Stephen Kinnock is pushing for MPs to have a vote on whether the UK leaves the EEA.
The melting point [T.sub.m] of EEA was 361 K, which was the same as the melting point of crystalline polyethylene.
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.
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.
It also assesses the needs of and satisfaction among stakeholders with EEA outputs and the internal working processes of the EEA and cooperative relations within the EIONET.