On 1 March 2013, the EU issued a revised list of noneligible locations for the purpose of determining whether products are eligible for preferential tariff treatment under the EU-Israel Association Agreement.

Products produced in Israeli settlements located within the territories brought under Israeli administration since June 1967 cannot benefit from preferential tariff treatment under the EU-Israel Association Agreement. The exclusion of settlement goods from preferential treatment is based on postal codes specified in an EU list of non-eligible locations. This list has now been updated to reflect Israel's transition from a 5-digit to a 7- digit postal code system as of 1 February 2013.