What countries belong to the European Economic Area (EEA)?

Modified on Wed, 20 Mar 2024 at 03:42 PM

To the European Economic Area (EEA) belong all EU-countries plus Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland.

 

List EEA-countries

  • Belgium;
  • Bulgary;
  • Cyprus;
  • Denmark;
  • Germany;
  • Estonia;
  • Finland;
  • France;
  • Greece;
  • Hungary;
  • Ireland;
  • Iceland;
  • Italy;
  • Croatia;
  • Latvia;
  • Liechtenstein;
  • Lithuania;
  • Luxembourg;
  • Malta; 
  • Netherlands; 
  • Norway;
  • Austria;
  • Poland;
  • Portugal;
  • Romania;
  • Slovenia;
  • Slovakia;
  • Spain; 
  • Czech Republic;
  • Sweden.

 

European Free Trade Association  (EFTA)

De EEA has been created after an agreement between the European Union and the European Free Trade Association (without Switzerland). The goal of the EFTA is to encourage free trade between member states. To the EFTA belong Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.

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