The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is a comprehensive, ambitious, and inclusive free trade agreement that upholds and promotes the values that Canada shares with the EU. Learn more about the agreement and how it helps Canadian businesses.
Find out all you need to know about CETA, what it includes and how it supports the growth of Canadian businesses in the EU.
Get facts and figures on how CETA has improved trade between Canada and the EU.
Review key milestones and agreements that led to CETA’s provisional entry into force.
Consult the full CETA agreement, chapter summaries, gender clauses and final text.
Follow the latest on CETA governance, including meetings of the Joint Committee and specialized committees.
Canada currently has 14 ratified free trade agreements with 49 countries, giving Canadian businesses preferential access to 1.5 billion consumers worldwide.
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