Norway Canada Free Trade Agreement

(c) create a level playing field for trade between Canada and EFTA states; 3 For greater security, this Legislation, any provision of a law passed or amended by Part 2 and any other federal law that implements a provision of the agreement or bilateral agreement or that fulfills a requirement of the Government of Canada under the bilateral agreement or agreement, is interpreted in accordance with the bilateral agreement or agreement. as can be the case. Norwegian trade in services has exactly the same rights as EU member states. Businesses can establish themselves in any EU or EEA country and trade fully in all EU and EEA markets. Cultural cooperation between the two countries is alive, as evidenced by the frequent exchanges of artists. For example, the audiovisual co-production agreement between Canada and Norway facilitated the production of the Oscar-winning animated film The Danish Poet. In addition, Canadian and Norwegian cultural agencies entered into agreements in early 2018 to fund co-productions between Canadian and Norwegian filmmakers. In fact, Canada and Norway both participated in the first Arctic Arts Summit in Norway in 2017. (a) establish a free trade area in accordance with the agreement and bilateral agreements; Consult the Canadian Customs Specialist to review customs information for the European Free Trade Area as part of the Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement and other foreign markets with which Canada has a free trade agreement. The agreement aims to liberalize and facilitate trade in goods in accordance with the relevant WTO provisions. Most industrial products, including fish and other seafood, will have duty-free access to the relevant markets as soon as the agreement comes into force.

(a) suspend Canada`s rights or privileges to an EFTA state or to goods of an EFTA state as part of the agreement, bilateral agreement or federal law; The agreement provides tariff concessions for processed agricultural products. Tariff concessions for certain agricultural commodities are covered by bilateral agricultural agreements, which are part of the instruments for creating a free trade area between the contracting parties. For EFTA-Canada trade statistics, see EFTA Trade Statistics Tool (s), they contribute to the harmonious development and expansion of world trade by removing barriers to trade. (d) establish a framework for continued cooperation between Canada and EFTA states in light of evolving international economic relations, including liberalizing trade in services and increasing investment opportunities; and it was reported this week that government ministers are, on the whole, asked to choose, after Brexit, between a “Norwegian-style” trade agreement and a “Canada-style” with the EU.