The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is an intergovernmental organisation set up for the promotion of free trade and economic integration to the benefit of its four Member States: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
52nd Annual Report of the European Free Trade Association, 2012. The report is only avaliable in electronic form, in PDF format for PCs and laptops and ePUB format for tablets and smartphones.
This publication is an overview of EFTA's activities and institutional framework. The publication is only avaliable in electronic form, in PDF format for PCs and laptops and ePUB format for tablets and smartphones.
This two-page factsheet gives a general overview of the role and tasks of the European Free Trade Association. Several other factsheets can also be downloaded from our website.
EFTA Bulletin - September 2012.
Two decades have passed since the EEA EFTA States joined the European Community in the effort to complete the Single Market. The Bulletin reviews the past, takes stock of the present, and looks into the future of the European Economic Area.
EFTA Bulletin issue 1, 2011. The purpose of the updated handbook is to describe the institutional and practical aspects of EFTA statistical cooperation within and outside the EEA Agreement and the Swiss-EU Agreement.
In 2010, the European Free Trade Association celebrated its 50th anniversary. The EFTA Convention entered into force on 3 May 1960. You can read more about the publication and order it here.
EFTA Bulletin issue 1, 2010.
This publication is an updated overview of EU programmes with EEA EFTA participation.