The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
Implementation September 21, 2017 of the Canada‑European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) gives Canadian businesses duty‑free access to a combined market of about 500 million consumers and a GDP of more than $22 trillion. Find out why this landmark trade agreement means a new era of cross‑Atlantic trade for Canadian companies.
The provisional application of the Canada‑European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) means Canada is now one of the few countries in the world to have guaranteed preferential access to the world's two largest markets: the United States and the EU. Find out how tariff elimination on goods, improved access for trade in services and government procurement and the breaking down of other trade barriers gives Canadian companies a leg‑up on competitors.
Organizers of Expo 2020 Dubai have recognized three innovative Canadian projects for their creative solutions to pressing global challenges. A third round of applications for innovation impact grants is underway: find out about business opportunities in Dubai.
Trade Commissioners are the heart and soul of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS). We are on the ground in more than 160 cities around the world. We are the Humans of the TCS. Get to know us a little better.
Düsseldorf, Germany, November 13‑16, 2017 — The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will be at MEDICA, an international trade fair for the medical industry. This event will feature an array of latest technologies and innovations for patient care, workshops, presentations and courses for further education in healthcare. Canadian companies will also have an opportunity to attend COMPAMED, an international event for the medical supplier sector and product development. Register today.
Kirchberg, Luxembourg, November 14‑15, 2017 — Canada will be the partner country at Luxembourg Internet Days 2017, an international conference for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) professionals. The event will focus on technical advances, digitalization for small and medium‑sized enterprises (SMEs), and Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will assist Canadian companies with match‑making services for business‑to‑business meetings. Register today.
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