European Economic Area

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        European Economic Area        
    • Европейска икономическа зона  (Bulgarian)
    • Europski gospodarski prostor  (Croatian)
    • Evropský hospodářský prostor  (Czech)
    • Europæiske Økonomiske Samarbejdsområde  (Danish)
    • Europese Economische Ruimte  (Dutch)
    • Euroopa Majanduspiirkond  (Estonian)
    • Euroopan talousalue  (Finnish)
    • Espace économique européen  (French)
    • Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum  (German)
    • Ευρωπαϊκός Οικονομικός Χώρος  (Greek)
    • Európai Gazdasági Térség  (Hungarian)
    • Evrópska efnahagssvæðið  (Icelandic)
    • Limistéar Eorpach Eacnamaíoch  (Irish)
    • Spazio economico europeo  (Italian)
    • Eiropas Ekonomikas zona  (Latvian)
    • Europos ekonominės erdvės  (Lithuanian)
    • Europealasj Ekonomalasj Aktanbarggambájkke  (Lule Sami)
    • Żona Ekonomika Ewropea  (Maltese)
    • Eurohppá ekonomalaš oktasašbargoguovlu  (Northern Sami)[1]
    • Europeiske økonomiske samarbeidsområde  (Bokmål)
    • Europeiske økonomiske samarbeidsområdet  (Nynorsk)
    • Europejski Obszar Gospodarczy  (Polish)
    • Espaço Económico Europeu  (Portuguese)
    • Spațiul Economic European  (Romanian)
    • Európsky hospodársky priestor  (Slovak)
    • Evropski gospodarski prostor  (Slovene)
    • Espacio Económico Europeo  (Spanish)
    • Europeiska ekonomiska samarbetsområdet  (Swedish)
     EU states which form part of the EEA     EFTA states which form part of the EEA     EU state which forms part of the EEA through the provisional application of an accession agreement     EFTA state which signed the EEA agreement but did not join      Former EU state which has withdrawn from the EEA
     EU states which form part of the EEA     EFTA states which form part of the EEA     EU state which forms part of the EEA through the provisional application of an accession agreement     EFTA state which signed the EEA agreement but did not join      Former EU state which has withdrawn from the EEA
  • Institutions
  •  • Governance
  •  • Regulators
  •  • Courts
Member states[2][3]
3 EFTA member states
1 EU member state the EEA agreement provisionally applies to
Establishment
• EEA Agreement signed
2 May 1992
• Entry into force
1 January 1994
Area
• Total
4,944,753 km2 (1,909,180 sq mi)
Population
• 2021 estimate
453,000,000
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
US$16.3 trillion[4]
• Per capita
US$39,537

The European Economic Area (EEA) was established because of the Agreement on the European Economic Area, an international agreement which lets the extension of the European Union's single market to members of the European Free Trade Association.[5]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Láhkasánit - Saamelaiskäräjät" (PDF). Sámi Parliament of Finland. Retrieved 29 August 2019.
  2. "Agreement details". Council of the European Union. Retrieved 7 July 2013.
  3. "Agreement details". Council of the European Union. Retrieved 23 April 2014.
  4. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". www.imf.org.
  5. "The Basic Features of the EEA Agreement - European Free Trade Association". www.efta.int.