Canada-Indonesia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement
On June 20, 2021, Canada and Indonesia launched negotiations towards a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA).
The Government of Canada is committed to enhancing our commercial relations with large, fast-growing markets, such as Indonesia. A CEPA with Indonesia would help establish a more transparent and predictable environment for trade and investment, and create new opportunities for Canadian goods and services in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
From January 9 to February 23, 2021, the Government of Canada conducted public consultations to seek the views of Canadians on a CEPA with Indonesia. A summary of feedback received was published on May 31, 2021.
Canada and Indonesia plan to hold a first round of negotiations in late 2021.
- Report: Public consultations on a possible Canada-Indonesia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement
- Consulting Canadians on a possible comprehensive economic partnership agreement with Indonesia
- Notice of intent to conduct impact assessments, including an initial environmental assessment and gender-based analysis plus (GBA+), on a possible Canada-Indonesia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA)
- Joint statement on the launch of negotiations towards a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between Canada and Indonesia
- Notice of Intent to enter into negotiations towards a Canada-Indonesia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement
- Background information on a Canada-Indonesia CEPA
- Country factsheet – Indonesia
- Doing business in Indonesia
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