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EU bilateral accords

This content was published on September 11, 2006 - 12:27

Switzerland and the European Union have concluded two sets of bilateral accords following voters' rejection in 1992 of the European Economic Area Treaty. A Swiss request for negotiations on full membership has been frozen. The EU is Switzerland's most important trading partner and there are close cultural and political links with Brussels.

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