CPTPP and Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector

Summary/overview

The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) Agreement will give Canadian agriculture and agri-food products preferential market access to all CPTPP countries. It will provide new market access opportunities for Canadian pork, beef, pulses, fruits and vegetables, malt, grains, cereals, animal feeds, maple syrup, wines and spirits, baked goods, processed grain and pulse products, sugar and chocolate confectionery, and processed foods and beverages.

Tariff elimination

How the CPTPP benefits exporters

Trade snapshot

Annual Canadian Agricultural and Agri-food Exports to CPTPP Countries (2014-16 average, $CAD)

Text version
Annual Canadian Agricultural and Agri-food Exports to CPTPP Countries (2014-16 average, $CAD)
Partner Countries5-Yr Avg (2012-2016)
TPP-11 (minus Canada)8,039,456,729
Australia215,246,015
Brunei Darussalam576,349
Chile273,659,896
Japan4,266,487,733
Malaysia225,081,757
Mexico2,175,091,737
New Zealand88,178,991
Peru531,200,455
Singapore86,596,783
Vietnam177,337,012

Market access highlights

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