Report Which Country Has The Model Trade Agreement With The Eu in House prices and the economy Posted June 28, 2016 Nearer to home, there is the Isle of Man... ‘Isle of Man Relationship with the European Union’:https://www.gov.im/media/624101/protocol3relationshipwiththeeu.pdf Under Protocol 3, the Isle of Man is part of the customs territory of the Union. There is free movement of industrial and agricultural goods in trade between the Island and the Union. EU customs legislation and certain legislation relating to the trade in agricultural goods applies directly to the Island by virtue of Protocol 3.The Isle of Man neither contributes to, nor receives anything from, the funds of the European Union.Any proposal to amend the text of Protocol 3 would require the unanimous approval of all Member States of the EU.Apart from the requirements of Protocol 3 all other EU legislation is not directly applicable to the Island. The Isle of Man Government may, however, choose to enact legislation that is similar to, or based on, EU legislation if it believes that this is in the Island’s interests.The Island's relationship with the Union allows it to trade with countries in the European Economic Area that are not EU Member States (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) in a fashion generally similar to its trade with the Union itself. ‘Who needs a work permit?’:https://www.gov.im/categories/working-in-the-isle-of-man/work-permits/who-needs-a-work-permit/Anyone who is not classed as an 'Isle of Man worker' requires a work permit to take up employment, (including self employment), in the Island. There are exemptions for a small number of occupations, and for certain temporary employments. In addition some non EEA nationals who have an immigration employment document do not require permits because they have equivalent permission to work on the Island under Immigration legislation.An employer must not employ a person unless he or she is an Isle of Man worker, except in accordance with the above.*New* With effect from 1 March 2016, certain employments in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and e-business are exempt from the requirement for a work permit.