The EU-Canada Comprehensive and Trade Agreement/CETA has made it easier to export goods and services, benefiting the business of EU companies. For the agri-food sector, it has achieved important milestones, such as:
Under CETA, the EU and Canada have agreed on a mutual recognition of sanitary and phytosanitary standards which will make it easier for EU companies to export food products to Canada.
However, CETA is not intended to modify the EU or Canada’s sanitary and phytosanitary rules that have to be strictly adhered to with regards to compliance concerning GMOs and hormones, for example.
The workshop is intended to help EU companies to maximize the benefits of CETA and exploit the untapped potential represented by the Canadian agri-food market, while learning to comply with its rules and regulations.
This webinar is brought to you by EUCCAN. The Chamber was founded in 1995 in Toronto, Ontario with the purpose of strengthening economic ties between Canada and Europe. Originally incorporated as The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Toronto (EUCOCIT), the organization was renamed in 2013—EUCCAN: The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Canada—with an eye to becoming a country-wide European Union (EU) platform.
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