European Economic Interest Grouping
An entity fostered by the European Union (EU) to encourage cross-border alliances. An EEIG is an unincorporated association. It has an independent legal personality, taking a similar form and being recognised in all EU jurisdictions. It must have members based in at least two countries within the EU or the European Economic Area, and be non-profit making.

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