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On September 21, 2017, the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), Canada’s most ambitious trade agreement since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), provisionally entered into force. The 27 European Union members and the United Kingdom (referred as the EU hereafter), as a group, represent Canada’s second largest merchandise trading partner after the United States. In 2019, the EU accounted for over 8 percent of Canada’s merchandise exports and nearly 13 percent of Canada’s merchandise imports. This report aims to present Canada’s merchandise trade performance in the two years since the implementation of CETA.
This study will analyse the potential economic impact of a lack of the Trade Continuity Agreement between Canada and the United Kingdom when the United Kingdom would no longer be a legal party to Canada-EU treaties, including CETA as of January 1, 2021. In the absence of a transitional agreement or a trade agreement between Canada and the United Kingdom, bilateral trade between the two countries would be governed by WTO rules alone, and the goods trade between Canada and the United Kingdom would be subject to WTO most-favoured nation (MFN) duties. Neither Canada nor the United Kingdom would continue to benefit from the preferential market access currently provided for under CETA. In May 2020, the United Kingdom announced the applied MFN tariff schedule referred to as the UK Global Tariff (UKGT), which would take effect after the post-Brexit transition period.
Primary reason business or organization does not carry out trade under the Canadian-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), business employment size, type of business, business activity and majority ownership, fourth quarter of 2021.
From February 10, 2018 to April 11, 2018, the Government of Canada invited comments from all stakeholders on potential areas for regulatory cooperation with the E.U. under the newly established Canada-E.U. Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Regulatory Cooperation Forum. This consultation included soliciting proposals on how to: align existing regulatory systems; streamline duplicative procedures; and/or work collaboratively in areas that are not currently regulated, such as emerging technologies.
Largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s merchandise trade —and merchandise trade around the world—has been volatile in the last two years. Business closures to control the spread of the virus, shifts in spending patterns, volatile commodity prices, and lingering supply chain issues have all contributed to the disruptions in trade. Between February 2020 and May 2020, Canadian imports and exports both fell 29%. As pandemic restrictions gradually eased, monetary policy become more accommodating, fiscal supports materialized, and Canadians transitioned to working online, Canadian trade rebounded.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows a map of six condensed maps of employment and related patterns for the leading service sectors as compiled from the 1951 Census. There are two maps referring to wholesale trade. One of them shows the distribution of the labour force engaged in wholesale trade. This is shown by a dot pattern using one dot for every 200 people of this labour force, and using proportional symbols for all places employing 2 000 or more.
International merchandise trade data grouped by free trade agreement and by commodity. Users have the option of selecting imports or exports, as well as specifying either total values or any of the section, division or group values of the North American Product Classification System (NAPCS). Users also have the option of selecting any of the country groups with whom Canada has a free trade agreement or is currently negotiating or discussing the possibility of such an agreement. Data are on a customs basis and not seasonally adjusted.
This infographic presents a new interactive data visualization application on domestic regional trade flows in Canada for goods moved by truck and rail, 2004 to 2012. Through chord diagrams, users can look at the interconnectedness of different regions in Canada via their trade ties. They can also use interactive maps to get a picture of geographic trends in trade.
Canada’s obligations under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights require the granting of protection for undisclosed test or other data necessary to determine the safety and effectiveness of a pharmaceutical product which utilizes a new chemical entity, the origination of which involved considerable effort.
Cannabis Act info for industry including licensing, requirements, tracking, compliance, prohibitions, cost recovery, travel and trade.