Canada pushes ahead with trade accords for both Costa Rica and Panama
Canada and Costa Rica have agreed to work toward modernizing the existing bilateral free-trade agreement, announced Peter Van Loan, Canada’s minister of international trade, who just concluded his five-day, four-country visit to Latin America.
The Canadian government also intends to table a bill to implement the Canada-Panama Free-Trade Agreement in the next session.
“Expanding market access in areas such as cross-border trade in services, financial services and government procurement will create even more economic opportunities and jobs for Canadian businesses and communities,” Van Loan said.
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