Agreement On The European Economic Area Of 2 May 1992

the term “sensitive” to Article 56, paragraph 3 of the agreement is of importance in the Commission`s communication of 3 September 1986 on low-importance agreements that are not covered by Article 85, paragraph 1 of the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community (JO L303 of 16.12.1986, p. 1). Each party grants the status of “approved economic operator” to any economic operator established on its customs territory, subject to the criteria set out in Schedule II of this protocol. If the Kingdom of Norway uses this right, the existing agreements apply to Svalbard, namely the agreement establishing the European Free Trade Association, the free trade agreement between the European Economic Community and the Kingdom of Norway and the free trade agreement between the Member States of the European Coal and Steel Community and the European Coal and Steel Community , on the one hand, and the Kingdom of Norway continues to apply to the Svalbard region. EEA-EFTA states have access to the following types of Commission committees: expert groups (Article 99 EEA); Committees of Committees (EEA Article 100); Program Committees (EEA Section 81); and other committees in certain areas (EEA Article 101). In total, EEA-EFTA states have the right to participate in several hundred committees. the rules for granting the status of an approved economic operator, in particular the criteria and conditions for granting this status The European Economic Area (EEA) brings together the EU Member States and three EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). It was created by the EEA Agreement, an international agreement allowing these three EFTA states to participate fully in the internal market. It covers the four freedoms, i.e. the free movement of goods, capital, services and people, as well as competition and state aid rules, as well as horizontal areas related to the four freedoms (see point 4 for an overview of what is included in the EEA agreement). Considering the importance of the development of the social dimension, including equal treatment between men and women, in the European Economic Area, without prejudice to the principle of non-discrimination and after information from the other parties, this agreement does not prejudge the right of each party to amend its internal legislation in the areas covered by this agreement: , improving living standards and improving working conditions in the European Economic Area; 2. All agreements or decisions prohibited under this section are automatically invalidated. The status of an approved economic operator is suspended by the customs issuing authority in the following cases: The contracting parties declare that, in cases within the Commission`s jurisdiction, the application of the EEA`s competition rules is based on the Community`s existing powers, supplemented by the provisions of the agreement.