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Table 3 Number of bilateral social security agreements across corridor countries in 2015

From: Do bilateral social security agreements deliver on the portability of pensions and health care benefits? A summary policy paper on four migration corridors between EU and non-EU member states

Country Number of BSSAsab Of which, south-north partner countries
Austria 15 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Moldavia, Montenegro, Philippines, Serbia, Tunisia, Uruguay
Germany 17 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia FYR, Morocco, Montenegro, Serbia, Tunisia, Uruguay
Turkey 22 Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Luxemburg, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland
Belgium 25 Albania, Algeria, Congo, Dem. Rep., Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldavia, Philippines, Serbia, Tunisia
France 41 Algeria, Benin, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cameroon, Congo, Dem. Rep., Gabon, Mali, Niger, Philippines, Tunisia, Turkey
Morocco 16 Canada, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands, Quebec, Sweden
USAc 25 Chile
Japand 15 Brazil
  1. Source: National Social Security Institutions
  2. aBSSA signed and enacted as of 2015
  3. bFor EU countries, 31 more corridor arrangements are added resulting from the other 27 member states plus the other four countries within the European Economic Space that have the same legal status (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland)
  4. cAll other BSSAs are with European countries, Australia, Japan, and Korea, and no developing or emerging economy
  5. dAll other BSSAs are with European countries, Australia, Korea, and the USA, and no developing or further emerging economy