The agreement was put into practice with Norway and Iceland on September 1, 2017, while today two other people in the Association, Switzerland and Lichtenstein will even join the agreement.
The agreement?enables Georgia flying insects services and products around the 14 million consumer market without tariff barriers.
The agreement covers such fields as: trade goods; trade services; sanitation measures; technical barriers in trade; rules of origins, support of trade and cooperation in customs issues; ip; state procurement; competition; protection measures and sustainable development in trade.
Georgia and EFTA sealed the free trade agreement on June 27, 2016, during EFTA ministerial in Bern (Switzerland).
Detailed info on goods and services paid by EFTA agreement is accessible within the official website of Ministry of Economy of Georgia: