A European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) is a business entity which is a creature of European Council Regulation 2137/85, which has been effective throughout the European Community since 1 July 1989. An EEIG is intended to have simpler rules for its formation and operation than companies under the domestic law of member states. An EEIG is a vehicle for international co-operation within the Community between enterprises of two or more member states. Its members may not all be from the same member state.

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