The Parties shall exchange views and information on the implementation of this Agreement and the impact of integration on economic activities and the implementation of economic and monetary policy. In addition, they can discuss macroeconomic situations, policies and prospects. This exchange of opinions and information is not binding. The arrangements for such mutual assistance shall be adopted before the entry into force of the Agreement. Pending the establishment of such a system, priority shall be given to the relevant provisions of the bilateral agreements between the Community and Switzerland, as well as the Community and Austria, on cooperation and control in the wine sector; 2. Joint Declaration on agreements on the mutual recognition and protection of names of wines and spirits; The EEA Agreement guarantees EEA individuals and economic operators equal rights and obligations in the internal market. It provides for the integration of European legislation covering the four freedoms – the free movement of goods, services, persons and capital – in the 30 EEA states. . . .