Iceland - Certification Requirements

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Last update: May 1, 2011

As a country which has signed the European Economic Area (EEA) agreement, Iceland has adopted the certification and import requirements in place for the European Union (EU). Consult the European Union certification requirements for certification of product exported to Iceland.

Note: A current listing of the Border Inspection Posts (Box 1.16) for Iceland is not readily available. Exporters should ensure through their buyer/importer that the correct Border Inspection Post is listed.

Requirements will be consistent with the 2001 Memorandum of Understanding between Canada and Iceland. The text of the memorandum is available from the Government of Canada Web Archive which is maintained by Library and Archives Canada.

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