This is EFTA 2006

This publication is an overview of EFTA's activities and institutional framework. When EFTA, the European Free Trade Association, was established in 1960, it became the first free trade area in modern economic history. This was made possible by an innovative approach to a number of problems. An important aspect was the determination of origin of products, to which a practical solution had to be found in order to secure the proper functioning of a free trade area. EFTA moved quickly to abolish industrial tariffs and, ten years later, it had nine Member States which an internal market of 100 million consumers

Legal Notes on the EEA Agreement