EU-Canada CETA entry into force expected by July

Canada is expected to ratify the EU-Canada Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) this month, meaning that the trade deal is likely to provisionally enter into force by July.

Sources told Agra Europe that theterms of the CETA are currently undergoing the ‘Third Reading’ in the CanadianSenate. If the bill passes the Third Reading this month or in early June, as expected, it willbe given ‘Royal Assent’, meaning that

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