CETA Trade Resource Centre
Canadian companies have “first-mover” advantage when it comes to the bounties of trade represented by the Eurozone economies, and this resource is your secret weapon in navigating the uncharted waters ahead.
Is CETA a Big Deal?
Export strategist and trade policy insider John Whitehead outlines why the CETA deal should matter to you, whether you intend to trade in the European Union or not.
|Planning for CETA: a checklist|
This provides a starting point of business processes that small and medium-sized operators should start tackling now in order to be in the best position to leverage CETA
|In favour of free trade|
The CETA deal with the European Union highlights how free trade can be a large and unambiguous net gain for society.
|Canada-Europe trade deal: let’s not praise CETA until we know what it’s made of|
After Canada’s most comprehensive trade deal was announced, the only thing that’s left to know is everything.
|CETA: Union head calls for details on Canada-Europe trade deal|
Unifor national president Jerry Dias called for details at Standing Committee on International Trade.
|Agropur to focus on exports market after major acquisition|
In a move likely aimed at preparing to the CETA trade deal, Dairy giant Agropur acquires an export division.
|CETA: reports say deal to bring mostly ‘modest’ benefits to Canada|
RBC, Capital Economics reports note Canadian, European economies aren’t complementary in areas.
|Newfoundland and Labrador gets $400M fishery fund following CETA concessions|
Fund will lift rules protecting fish plant workers to secure free trade with Europe.
|New trade deal big on ‘potential’ benefits—if Canadian firms can take advantage|
Deal with Europe will be what businesses and Canadians can make of it, some observers say.