EIA

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AcronymDefinition
EIAEnvironmental Impact Assessment
EIAElectronic Industries Alliance
EIAElectronic Industries Association (now Electronic Industries Alliance)
EIAEnergy Information Administration (US DOE)
EIAEnergy in Africa (US Department of Energy)
EIAEvaluation and Impact Assessment (various organizations)
EIAEnzyme Immunoassay
EIAEnglish in Action (education; various locations)
EIAEnvironmental Investigation Agency
EIAEquine Infectious Anemia (commonly known as Coggins in Horses)
EIAExercise-Induced Asthma
EIAEquality Impact Assessment
EIAEnvironmental Industry Associations
EIAEnzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay
EIAEdmonton International Airport (Canada)
EIAEuropean Information Association
EIAEvaluación de Impacto Ambiental (Guatemala)
EIAEstudio de Impacto Ambiental (Guatemala)
EIAEvaluarea Impactului Asupra (Romanian: Impact Assessment; various locations)
EIAEarly Iron Age
EIAExternal Iliac Artery (biology)
EIAEmbedded Intel Architecture
EIAElectronics Industries Association
EIAElectronics Industry Association (Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
EIAElectrical Interface Assembly
EIAElectrical Interface Adapter
EIAEthernet Interface Application
EIAEnvironmental Impact Analysis
EIAÉcole d'Ingénieurs et d'Architectes (French: School of Engineering and Architecture; Switzerland)
EIAEnterprise Information Architecture
EIAEconomic Integration Agreement (various nations)
EIAÉcole Internationale des Affaires (French: International School of Business; Sénégal)
EIAEquity Indexed Annuity
EIAEnvironmental Information Association (Bethesda, Maryland, USA)
EIAEconomic Impact Assessment
EIAEuropean Intermodal Association (EU-backed NGO to assess Intermodal Transportation)
EIAEnergy Independence Act (various states)
EIAEstudos Ibero Americanos (Portuguese: Latin American Studies)
EIAEmerging Issues Analysis (various organizations)
EIAElectrical Interface Assemblies (Cisco)
EIAExperimental and Integrative Activities (US NSF)
EIAElectrical Industries Association
EIAÉcole d'Ingénierie Appliquée (French: School of Applied Engineering; Switzerland)
EIAEnsemble Instrumental de l'Ariège (French: Ensemble Instrumental of the Ariège; Ariege, France)
EIAErbil International Airport
EIAÉlectronique Industrielle des Alpes (French: Industrial Electronics of the Alps)
EIAExcellence In Action
EIAÉquipement Industriel de l'Atlantique (French: Atlantic Industrial Equipment)
EIAEnvironmental Institute of America (Campbell, CA)
EIAEquity in Athletics, Inc
EIAEasy Internet Association
EIAEarth Incidence Angle
EIAEngineering Industry Association (Ireland)
EIAEarth Intelligence Agency
EIAENDA Inter -Arab
EIAEcofibre Industries Association
EIAEarly Impact Analysis
EIAExternal Interface Assembly
EIAEmbodied Intelligent Agent
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Launching negotiations on an economic integration agreement (so called deep and comprehensive free trade area).
As far as I know no one is talking just about tariffs, but rather about a comprehensive Economic Integration Agreement, including of course non-trade barriers.
A regional economic integration agreement is the next step: it can include the free movement of capital as well as goods and services, a common currency, and a common economic policy.
Our governments have agreed to initiate a formal working process to evaluate and determine the areas of opportunity, the scope, benefits and sensitivities to a strategic economic integration agreement between Brazil and Mexico, Calderon told a news conference.
The success or failure of any hemispheric trade and investment agreement will hinge on governments' willingness and ability to develop an economic integration agreement that appropriately addresses all of the social, economic, and political dimensions of trade and investment, not just those of concern to corporations.
After several months of talks, the two sides failed to bridge their differences and could not deliver a proper feasibility study for a future economic integration agreement (EIA) between the EU and Japan as it was originally planned.
Fearing that the EU is losing interest in the Japanese market, policy makers and businesses in Tokyo are pushing for a bilateral economic integration agreement (EIA) that would include further tariff liberalisation.
That could prove to be a clever strategy for overcoming the EU's reluctance to negotiate a bilateral economic integration agreement, for which Tokyo has been pressing for a long time.
On his first visit to Brussels, Minister of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade from Quebec, Raymond Bachand, came to call for the opening of negotiations for an EU-Canada Economic Integration Agreement (EIA) to strengthen trade and investment ties between the two sides of the Atlantic.
While bilateral trade agreements multiply throughout the world and the Doha Round of trade negotiations is at a standstill, businesses in Europe and Japan do not want to be outdone and are appealing for an economic integration agreement (EIA) between the EU and the Tokyo in order to reinforce trade and investments.
The UK's move could set a precedent for countries to trend away from economic integration agreements.