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Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement


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Syllabus of the Subject: Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

  1. Introduction to the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  2. Market Access
  3. Rules of Origin
  4. Calculation of the customs duties
  5. International Trade (Import, Export) between Colombia and Canada
  6. Investments and services sector
  7. Canada-Colombia Agreement on Labour Cooperation
  8. Environment Agreement

Sample: Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) (America)
Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement

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The Subject “Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Masters (MIB): Business in America, International Business, Foreign Trade

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

Doctorate (DIB): American Business, World Trade

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

Courses: Business in the Andean Markets, North America

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorate in International Business and Foreign Trade in English or Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Colombia Study, Course Master Doctorate in International Business in French Canada Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Colombia

Canada, Masters, Doctorate, Courses, International Business, Foreign Trade Higher Education programs adapted to the Canadian Students

The main objective of the Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is to set up a free-trade area.

Colombia-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Canada and the Republic of Colombia, the Labour Cooperation Agreement and the Agreement on Environment enters into force on 2011.

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  1. The Free Trade Agreement between Canada and the Republic of Colombia will result in lower trade barriers and expanded opportunities for the exporters and investors in a broad range of sectors
  2. Lowering the Technical Barriers to Bilateral Trade (TBT) through eliminating tariffs and addressing non-tariff barriers will allow companies in Canada and Colombia to increase their export potential and expand into the non-traditional markets
  3. A reduction in the Colombian tariffs would improve the opportunities for the international trade in products (industrial and agricultural producers)

International Trade between Colombia and Canada.

  1. Foreign trade in goods between Canada and the Republic of Colombia: 1.4 billion dollars
  2. Exported products from Canada to the Republic of Colombia: 644 million dollars
  3. Top exports products are cereals (wheat, barley), machinery, vegetables (pulses - lentils, peas, chickpeas), paper and paperboard, and vehicles
  4. Canadian Product imports from the Republic of Colombia: 717 million dollars
  5. Top imports are mineral fuels and oils, coffee, fruits, and sugar
  6. Total Canadian Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Republic of Colombia was 824 million dollars. This foreign investment is mainly in petrol and gas and mining sectors
  7. Foreign trade in services of Canada accounted for 13% of the total exports and 17% of imports

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Colombia and Canada is an agreement in the Latin American and the North American economic area of the Western Civilization.

Canadian Free Trade Agreements: USMCA/NAFTA 2.0, APEC, Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, European Union, EFTA, Jordan, ASEAN, India, Honduras, Panama, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica...

Colombian Free Trade Agreements: Andean Community (MERCOSUR, Chile, Mexico, Panama, European Union, India, China, Russia), Association of Caribbean States, ALADI, UNASUR, SELA, United States, Mexico, Northern Triangle, Chile, CARICOM, EFTA...


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