Public consultation:
Canada’s Administration of the Origin Quota for Vehicle Exports to the European Union under the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement

Instructions

Global Affairs Canada has created an online questionnaire for the consultations.

Should you prefer to provide your comments directly to Global Affairs Canada, either as an individual or on behalf of an organization, or for any questions concerning this consultation, please contact TIN.Consultations@international.gc.ca.

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Contact information

Non-supply managed trade controls (TIN)
Global Affairs Canada
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, ON K1A 0G2

E-mail: TIN.consultations@international.gc.ca

Current status: Open

Canadians have until 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time) on April 22, 2020, to submit their responses, comments and suggestions.

Consulting with Canadians

In keeping with Global Affairs Canada’s policy, the Government of Canada is seeking input from Canadians on the administration of the Origin Quota commitment for Vehicles under the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) with the European Union. A review of the allocation policy for this Origin Quota is being undertaken as per the Notice to Exporters – Vehicles for Export to the European Union and its Member States (Item 5210 on Canada’s Export Control List).

Global Affairs Canada wants to hear from you. We welcome your ideas, your experiences and your comments through this consultation.

The Government of Canada is committed to hearing from Canadians on this topic and will ensure that Canadians continue to have the opportunity to provide their views, including through our ongoing consultation efforts.

Canadians have until 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time) on April 22, 2020, to submit their responses, comments and suggestions.

Purpose of consultation

The purpose of this consultation is to:

Who should participate?

This consultation is open to all Canadians and everyone is invited to share their ideas. The Government of Canada invites any Canadian stakeholder with an interest in the trade-related aspects of CETA to provide input as part of this consultation.

Global Affairs Canada would like to hear from:

It is important to have the breadth and diversity of Canadian views represented through this consultation process.

How can I participate?

To participate in the consultation, interested parties are encouraged to review the background information and provide feedback through the online questionnaire.

The Government of Canada is seeking the views of industry stakeholders, non-governmental organizations, and all interested Canadian citizens. If you are interested in participating, please do so by completing the following online questionnaire.

If you are unable to access the online questionnaire, please contact us for assistance:

Non-supply managed trade controls (TIN)
Global Affairs Canada
125 Sussex Drive,
Ottawa ON  K1A 0G2

Email: TIN.Consultations@international.gc.ca

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