Opening New Markets: Trade Negotiations and Agreements
The Government of Canada is committed to creating the most favourable conditions for Canadian businesses to compete internationally. Free trade agreements (FTAs) and foreign investment promotion and protection agreements (FIPAs) between Canada and our trading partners are creating new opportunities for Canadian businesses.
Canada has free trade agreements in force with more than 15 countries, which provide a competitive advantage across a wide range of sectors.
A FIPA is a bilateral agreement aimed at protecting and promoting foreign investment through legally-binding rights and obligations.
View all of Canada's bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements arranged by country.
This section provides information on foreign customs tariff for Canadian exporters.
Canada has many different types of agreements and initiatives with foreign countries.
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