Canada, UK PMs Look to CETA as Starting Point for Future Trade Deal

September 21, 2017

On Monday 18 September, UK Prime Minister Theresa May visited Canada to discuss the terms of the trading relationship between the nations post-Brexit, announcing after that the two sides plan to use the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) as a starting point for a future UK-Canada deal.

 

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Topics: BREXIT REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS (RTAS)

Agreements: EUROPEAN UNION-CANADA COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC AND TRADE AGREEMENT (CETA)

Regions: CANADA UNITED KINGDOM EUROPEAN UNION (EU)

Authors: INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR TRADE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ICTSD)

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