Canada and the World Trade Organization
Canada’s current and future prosperity depends on an international framework of rules that provides access to growing world markets and keeps pace with changes in technology, business practices, social priorities and public interests. The World Trade Organization, based in Geneva, is the multilateral institution through which global trade rules are negotiated and enforced. The WTO is the cornerstone of Canadian trade policy and the foundation for Canada’s relations with our trading partners around the world.
The Permanent Mission’s trade policy team advances and defends Canadian economic interests at the WTO and other economic institutions in Geneva. Through the current round of WTO negotiations, the Doha Development Agenda, Canada is negotiating new multilateral trade rules to advance global economic development and prosperity.
Useful Canadian Links:
- Information on Canada's Trade and Economic Policy
- Canada and the WTO
- Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
- Canada and Agri-Food Trade Policy
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