Report by the WTO Secretariat

Since its last review in 2007, Canada has taken steps to further improve the productivity and competitiveness of its economy, including through unilateral trade liberalization. There are some exceptions to Canada’s generally open trade and investment regimes, notably in agriculture and cultural sectors. The domestic market remains fragmented by, inter alia, barriers to internal trade and regulatory complexity, despite the implementation of an Agreement on Internal Trade between the Federal and sub-federal governments. Moreover, the Federal and provincial governments are still involved in economic (including commercial) activities, particularly through Crown corporations, marketing boards, and foreign investment reviews.

Related Topics: Trade monitoring
Countries: Canada
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