Agp Agreement

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) NAFTA is an international trade agreement launched in January 1994 between Canada, the United States and Mexico. The objective of the Agreement is to eliminate obstacles to trade in goods and services between the territories of the Parties and to facilitate international traffic in goods and services; promoting a level playing field in the free trade area; significantly improve investment opportunities in the territory of the Parties; to ensure adequate and effective protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the territory of each Party; Establish effective procedures for the application and enforcement of the Agreement, for its joint management and for the settlement of disputes; and to create a framework for further trilateral, regional and multilateral cooperation to extend and enhance the benefits of the agreement. The reasons why provinces have traditionally been more resilient to NAFTA expansion were discussed by Patrick Grady and Kathleen MacMillan as follows: the only provincial leader who immediately responded favourably to the Prime Minister`s request to support a bilateral government procurement agreement was the Premier of Quebec. [43] Quebec`s support for the federal Conservative president is not unexpected, because even though he has a Liberal government, Quebec has traditionally been the strongest supporter of NAFTA, in part because it has a relatively large production base. The group that generally opposed the prime minister`s request the most was the organized workforce. Canada is a contracting party to each of the following trade agreements and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is subject, as an agency of the federal government, to the provisions of these agreements: Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA) Entered into force on July 5, 1997, the CCFTA was amended in November 2006 to add a chapter on procurement that came into force on September 5. 2008. . .

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