legislation implementing the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement and related agreements (b) to promote the conditions for fair competition in the free trade area established by the agreement; On February 5, 2019, the Modernized Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA), which supports an open, inclusive and progressive rules-based business environment, came into force. CcFTA is the cornerstone of Canada`s strong trade and investment relationship with Chile. Since its launch in 1997, ccFTA has brought benefits to both countries. Bilateral merchandise trade has nearly quadrupled since the Entry into Force of the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, reaching $2.9 billion in 2017. At the end of 2017, the stock of Canadian investment in Chile stood at $17.1 billion, making Chile the top direct investment target in South and Central America. In 2017, Canada and Chile signed amendment agreements to modernize the ENTERPRISE`s free trade agreement and support an open, inclusive and progressive rules-based business environment. establish clear and mutually beneficial rules for their trade, such as NAFTA, Annex K-03. I.1 of the CCFTA, which supports the Business Visitor category, does not contain an exhaustive list, but illustrates the types of activities normally carried out by trade visitors. Annex K-03 was not supplemented by new activities. I.1 in relation to NAFTA, however, the following activities have been removed to reflect the bilateral agreement between Canada and Chile: the full text of dip-A and parallel agreements on environmental and labour cooperation contribute to the harmonious development and expansion of global and regional trade and are a catalyst for broader international cooperation, (a) the removal of barriers to trade, and facilitating international traffic in goods and services between the territories of Canada and Chile; If you have any questions or comments about this free trade agreement or the environmental and labour cooperation agreements, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Global Affairs Canada at: CONSIDERING that the Agreement is generally applicable throughout Canada; 3 For greater certainty, this Act, any provision of an Act enacted or amended by Part II and any other Act of Parliament that implements a provision of the Agreement or fulfils an obligation of the Government of Canada under the Agreement shall be interpreted in a manner consistent with the Agreement. Box 5: Provide a full description of each product. The description should be sufficient to associate it with the description of the invoice and the description of the matter by the Harmonized System (HS).
If the certificate covers a single shipment of a shipment of goods, indicate the invoice number, as indicated on the commercial invoice. If you are not disclosed, provide another unique reference number, for example.B. the shipping number, order number or any other number that can identify the goods. . . .