Trade Agreement Europe Canada
CETA is the first EU trade agreement that offers benefits to EU companies investing outside the EU. It will remove barriers for EU companies wishing to invest in Canada and ensure that all European investors in Canada are treated fairly and fairly. It will improve the investment climate and enhance investor security by not discriminating between domestic and foreign investors and by not providing for new restrictions on foreign holdings. Michel said the trade agreement, signed in October 2016 and entered into force in September 2017, increased trade by 24 percent for goods and 25 percent for services compared to before CETA level. CetA threatens the ability of the EU and its Member States to protect their people from pollution, including industrial emissions, pesticides and mining. As described in detail in a REPORT by CIEL, the agreement weakens the ability of the EU and Member States to protect humans and the environment from pesticides in order to eliminate incompatible rules seen as an obstacle to trade. In addition to deregulation, CETA would create an arbitration tribunal allowing companies to take legal action against EU Member States and obtain compensation for environmental and public health protection measures. The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) (Canada-Europe Trade Agreement) is a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union.    It was applied on an interim basis and thus eliminated 98% of the existing tariffs between the two parties. The nearest countries tend to trade more, particularly with goods, and this is the case in the UK and the EU. In cetA`s consolidated text, iPR (p.
339-375) deals with copyright, trademarks, patents, drawings, trade secrets and licenses. It refers to the TRIPS agreement (p. 339 f). In addition to the interests of the pharmaceutical industry and software, CETA encourages the continuation of the camera (Article 5.6, p. 343). Negotiations on food exports, in particular, have been very long. Interests in European cheese exports and Canadian beef exports have led to the protection of this type of intellectual property and long lists of „geographic indications for the identification of a product originating in the European Union“ (p. 363-347).  CIEL cooperates with civil society organisations in member states to identify and communicate the risks associated with the full ratification of CETA and other trade and investment agreements.
On 27 April 2009, EU member states adopted a negotiating mandate for the implementation of a new economic free trade agreement between the EU and Canada: the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Negotiations were officially launched at the EU-Canada Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, on 6 May 2009.