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In future, all the still-separate national compensation schemes across the entire European Economic Area will offer cover at E100,000 or the local currency equivalent - a limit which will protect the vast majority of depositors.
The certification allows us to affix the CE mark -- which denotes conformity to the highest standards of quality and safety -- on our products and will enable us to market our range of float glass in countries throughout the European Economic Area.
From September 1, only operators licensed in countries on the white list or within the European Economic Area (EEA) will be allowed to advertise gaming products in the UK.
After favourable predictions for Switzerland to join the European Economic Area, a young parliamentarian makes a name for himself through a series of well-timed speeches ending with the decisive 'no' vote.
A meeting of the European Economic Area council has noted that "EFTA participation .
The offering is only being made to and directed at persons in member states of the European Economic Area who are qualified investors within the meaning of Article 2(1)(e) of the Prospectus Directive (Directive 2003/71/EC) ("Qualified Investors").
A Home Office spokesman said: "The directive provides for the maintenance of provisions for removal of an European Economic Area national or their family members on grounds of public policy, public security or public health grounds.
The CE mark provides authorization to market the device within the European Economic area for permanent implantation, or "destination therapy.
There is also an arrangement under which EFTA member states (other than Switzerland) and those of the far larger European Union constitute the European Economic Area (EEA).
It is now working to improve network services, tools, security, and interoperability, opening IDA to more sectors and, very soon, to the European economic area and EU applicant countries.
Over-60s who have lived in the UK but now reside anywhere in the European Economic Area - including Italy, Greece, and French territories in the Caribbean - will get the cash to pay for heating, even if temperatures rarely dip below 20C.
The EFTA nations, which have close relations with the 15-member European Union through the European Economic Area pact, have FTAs with some East European and Mediterranean nations plus Mexico.
Haarde wants to introduce the lower VAT because an advisory opinion from the free-trade group EFTA has deemed the different tax rate contrary to the European Economic Area agreement, reports the Icelandic newspaper Morgunbladid.
Intended to foster the free movement of goods among nations that make up the European Economic Area, the laws are among the more than 20 "new approach" directives approved by the EU's governing body since 1992.
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