||Europe Agreement of 16 December 1991 establishing an association between the European Communities and their member States and the Republic of Poland.
||Poland, European Union
||Other international agreements
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||Central and Eastern European Legal Materials, 1996-01, Juris Publishing, Yonkers, USA, No. 33, Binder 4, pp. 3-53
||Provides for Poland's political integration into Europe and its economic rapprochement with the European Union. In particular, envisages the establishment, over a period of ten years, of a free trade area, within which there shall be a free movement of goods, persons and companies, and services. Special provisions govern the movement of capital, competition, approximation of laws, investment promotion and protection, and a number of other issues. Chapter I of Title IV deals with the movement of workers. The treatment accorded to workers of Polish nationality legally employed in the territory of a member State shall be free from any discrimination and the legally resident spouse and children of such a worker shall have access to the labour market. Contains special provisions relating to the coordination of social security systems. Available in English.