CONSCIENTS of the importance of agricultural, horticultural and fisheries products to international trade and trade between New Zealand and Canada, and determined to facilitate and promote these trades for their mutual benefit; NOTE the opportunity to contribute to the development and expansion of international trade by removing or removing trade barriers; Revised rules of origin for trans-Tasman trade came into effect on September 1, 2011. For more information on the rules of origin for ANCERTA and general instructions for using the agreement, see fact sheet 20 (PDF 268 KB). More information can also be found on the MFAT website. The South Pacific Regional Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement (SPARTECA) is a non-reciprocal trade agreement in which NZ (with Australia) provides preferential tariff treatment for certain products that are the production or production of Pacific Forum countries (known as the Forum Island Countries). For NZ products exported to an Island Country Forum, there is no preferential rate. Multinational companies investing in Canada benefit in a variety of ways from Canada`s free trade agreements, including encouraging closer trade and industry cooperation, including encouraging joint ventures, to improve bilateral trade and economic relations; The contracting parties confirm that the rights and obligations conferred on them as contracting parties to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) continue to govern trade relations between them. This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of a contracting party under the GATT. New Zealand is a party to several free trade agreements (FAs) around the world. Discover new ways to expand your international presence. Canada`s broad (and growing) commercial network provides Canadian businesses with preferential access to various markets around the world. This page examines Canada`s Free Trade Agreement (FTA), Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (FIPA), multilateral agreements and World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements.
Note: The texts of the treaty on this page are exclusively for information; the official texts of the treaties are published in the “Treaty of Canada” series. The Enhanced Economic Partnership Agreement between New Zealand and Hong Kong,China (NZ-HKC CEP) was signed on 29 March 2010 in Hong Kong and came into force on 1 January 2011. The agreement allows products exported from Hong Kong, China, to receive preferential tariff treatment upon importation into the NZ. Currently, all those who are imported into Hong Kong, China, are duty free, regardless of their origin. The agreement ensures that in the future, New Zealand goods imported into Hong Kong will remain duty-free in China. Thailand is also a party to the AANZFTA agreement. Distributors should consider what is the most appropriate agreement for their imported/exported products. STRENGTHEN friendly relations by promoting and promoting expanded bilateral trade and facilitating increased economic and technological cooperation; For most products, it is not necessary for products originating in NZ under this agreement to be accompanied by a certificate of origin issued by a certification body. Free trade agreements (FTAs) support NZ distributors (exporters and importers) by improving access to partner markets and removing trade barriers (for example.
(B) customs procedures) in these markets. After its full implementation, the CPTPP will form a trading bloc representing 495 million consumers, and 99% of tariff lines will be tariff-free between the parties.