On 8 July 2021, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway (the EEA EFTA States) and the United Kingdom (UK) signed a comprehensive free trade agreement. Switzerland earlier concluded a bilateral free trade agreement with the UK.
Find the UK-EEA EFTA Separation Agreement here.
Read a 13-page explainer of the Separation Agreement here.
The EEA EFTA-UK agreement covers the full range of trade in goods, services and investment, digital trade, capital movements, government procurement, intellectual property, competition, subsidies, small and medium sized enterprises, good regulatory practices and regulatory cooperation, recognition of professional qualifications, trade and sustainable development. It also encompasses legal and horizontal issues including dispute settlement. Find the full text and and annexes below.
This Swiss-UK trade agreement includes provisions on trade in goods – including provisions on preferential tariffs, tariff rate quotas, non-tariff measures including sanitary and phytosanitary measures; intellectual property, including geographical indications; and government procurement.
Free Trade Agreement
Text of the Agreement
|EEA EFTA-UK Free Trade Agreement|
Annexes and Record of Understanding
Joint Committee Decisions
|DECISION||SUBJECT||ADOPTED||ENTRY INTO FORCE|
|No. 1/2022||Rules of Procedure||21.09.22||21.09.22|
|No. 2/2022||Amendments to Annex XX to the Agreement on International Mobile Roaming Rates||21.09.22||21.09.22|
|No. 3/2022||Adopting the Rules of Procedure of a Panel referred to in Article 16.25 of the Free Trade Agreement between Iceland, the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Kingdom of Norway of the one part, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland of the other||21.09.22||21.09.22|