On September 30, 2018, the United States, Mexico and Canada announced they had reached an agreement called the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA), a revision of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). While the agreement ended months of uncertainty, Canadian business leaders are wondering what’s changed, what’s new and how it will affect cross-border trade. Read the articles below on how USMCA could impact your business.
Hear from Peter Hall, chief economist at the Export Development Canada (EDC), on the opportunities that have opened up for Canadian businesses as a result of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
From intellectual property to privacy and spam to digital trade, read how USMCA will impact Canada’s tech sector.
Automotive Parts Manufacturer’s Association (APMA) president Flavio Volpe speaks on how the USMCA’s China trade clause could impact supply chains in Canada.
Canadian shoppers who like to buy products from the U.S. online have reason to rejoice about the revised NAFTA deal, but some homegrown retailers could be in for a struggle, experts say.
Since USMCA was released, it’s been unclear exactly which chapters Canada’s cultural sector must comply with, and from which provisions it will be exempt. This article clarifies what’s actually covered under USMCA.
Quebec dairy farmers say they’ve been betrayed by the new North American Free Trade Agreement, but other business groups are greeting the new deal with cautious optimism.