The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a free trade agreement in force between Canada and 10 other countries in the Indo-Pacific region: Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. On July 16, 2023, CPTPP Parties signed an Accession Protocol with the United Kingdom. The CPTPP will enter into force for the U.K. once all CPTPP members and the U.K. complete their respective ratification processes. If all members have not ratified by October 16, 2024, the Accession Protocol will enter into force after 6 CPTPP members and the U.K. ratify the Agreement.
Find out all you need to know about CPTPP, what it includes and how it supports the growth of Canadian businesses in the Indo-Pacific.
Get facts and figures on how CPTPP is increasing trade between Canada and the Indo-Pacific.
Review key negotiation and entry into force milestones.
Learn how CPTPP benefits your province or territory.
Consult the full Agreement, chapter summaries and side letter agreements.
Follow the latest, including meetings of the CPTPP Commission, public consultations on CPTPP accessions, and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership Implementation Act.
Canada currently has 15 ratified free trade agreements with 51 countries, giving Canadian businesses preferential access to 1.5 billion consumers worldwide.
Discover the benefits that make Canada so attractive to investors from the Indo-Pacific, including investor protection, reduced tariffs and increased market access.
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