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The Impact of New Transatlantic Trade Agreements on Commercial and Investment Transactions

September 2015 Business Law, International Trade < 1 minute read

The EU and Canada have developed a broad-based bilateral trade and investment agreement which will almost eliminate tariffs, reduce some important barriers to trade in services, extend government procurement rules to the sub-federal level, encourage regulatory coordination and establish important protections for foreign investors. These changes are likely to create substantial opportunities for suppliers and investors in both jurisdictions. In addition, they will create a benchmark for a much larger EU agreement. This article explores the implications of several of the most important EU-Canada provisions for international firms and their advisers. To read more click here.

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