Internal Market

PR(09)90: The Authority publishes final report on animal welfare on farms in Norway – overall impression positive - 14.12.2009

The Authority carried out a planned mission to Norway from 7 to 11 September 2009 concerning the application of European Economic Area (EEA) legislation related to animal welfare on farms.

PR(09)89: Iceland fails to fully implement the Financial Conglomerates Directive - 9.12.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority today delivered a reasoned opinion to Iceland due to its failure to fully implement the Financial Conglomerates Directive 2002/87/EC.

PR(09)71: Liechtenstein has eliminated a form of discrimination against part-time workers residing outside of the country with regard to their retirement pension - 23.10.2009

Liechtenstein has reversed the situation of all such workers who have been the victim of the discriminatory regime that has existed since 2001.

PR(09)69: Iceland fails to incorporate EEA legislation in the field of telecommunications - 14.10.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver a reasoned opinion to Iceland for its failure to make Regulation 460/2004 part of the Icelandic legal order.

PR(09)68: Norway fails to implement a provision on aerosol dispensers laid down in Directive on quantities for prepacked products - 14.10.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver a reasoned opinion to Norway for failure to implement a provision on aerosol dispensers as laid down in the Directive on nominal quantities for prepacked products.[1]

PR(09)66: Iceland fails to incorporate rules relating to the single European sky - 23.9.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver a reasoned opinion to Iceland for failure to incorporate a Regulation relating to the single European sky.

PR(09)61: Internal Market Scoreboard No 24 – Considerably improved performance by all three EEA EFTA States - 16.7.2009

The Scoreboard, which is published in parallel with the Internal Market Scoreboard of the European Commission, shows that the average transposition deficit of the EEA EFTA States has decreased to an excellent 0.7%.

PR(09)54: The Authority closes the case concerning Norwegian base tax on non-refillable beverage packaging - 15.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has today decided to close the case against Norway concerning the levying of a base tax on non-refillable beverage packaging.

PR(09)56: The Authority requests Norway to ease restrictions on personal watercrafts (vannscootere) - 15.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has today issued a warning to Norway concerning its prohibition on the use of personal watercrafts.

PR(09)57: Iceland fails to incorporate rules relating to maritime security inspections - 15.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver a reasoned opinion to Iceland for failure to incorporate a Regulation relating to maritime security inspections.

PR(09)58: Norway fails to incorporate a regulation on animal nutrition - 15.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver a reasoned opinion to Norway for failure to fully incorporate a regulation on animal nutrition.[1] 

PR(09)46: Norway fails to incorporate Community regulation concerning the funding of the European Maritime Safety Agency - 1.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has decided to deliver reasoned opinion to Norway for failure to incorporate Regulation (EC) No 1891/2006 on multiannual funding for the action of the European Maritime Safety Agency.[1]

PR(09)47: Iceland fails to incorporate rules in the field of social security - 1.7.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority decided today to deliver a reasoned opinion to Iceland for failure to incorporate a Regulation concerning amendments to the system of coordination of social security schemes[1]that should have been incorporated into the internal legal order of Iceland by 8 November 2008.

PR(09)45: The Authority brings Liechtenstein before the EFTA Court for failure to implement the Cross-border Mergers Directive - 17.6.2009

The EFTA Surveillance Authority today decided to bring a case before the EFTA Court regarding Liechtenstein's failure to implement the so called Cross-border Mergers Directive[1].



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