Ongoing Free Trade Agreement Negotiations
An FTA enables you to compete on a more even playing field with local firms in the FTA partner country. Under an FTA, a range of Canadian goods and services benefit from the reduction or elimination of tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade, such as quotas or technical barriers. It is important to note that each FTA covers different industry sectors and contains different provisions, depending on the FTA partner. For example, some of Canada’s more recent FTAs go beyond “traditional” trade barriers to cover business practices in labour mobility, intellectual property and investment.
Canada has free trade agreements in force with more than 10 countries, which provide a competitive advantage across a wide range of sectors. In addition, we’ve begun negotiations with more than 60 countries, including some of the world’s key markets listed below.
- Canada - Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
- Canada - Central America Four (CA4)
- Canada - Dominican Republic
- Canada - European Union: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) Negotiations
- Canada - India
- Canada - Japan
- Canada - Korea
- Canada - Morocco
- Canada - Singapore
- Canada - Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations
- Canada - Ukraine
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