labour, environmental and environmental policies and policies; policies, including the WTO, OECD, United Nations Environment Programme and multilateral environmental agreements; This chapter builds on an existing regulatory cooperation agreement between the EU and Canada. This Chapter encourages regulatory authorities to share their experiences and information and to identify areas in which they could cooperate. Any cooperation is voluntary and EU and Canadian regulators retain the power to enact legislation. developments in other international for a and in the context of other agreements of the parties. 1. The Parties share the common objective of working together on an agreement: information on best practices, promotion of enforcement and compliance with trade facilitation measures in this Agreement. Fisheries and aquaculture management and their contribution to the creation of environmental, economic and social opportunities for present and future generations. The Contracting Party shall offer the other Party a reasonable opportunity to negotiate accession to the agreement or agreement or to the agreement or similar agreement. As the world`s fifth-largest exporter, Canada will benefit significantly from the implementation of CETA.
More than 60 per cent of Canada`s GDP depends on trade, and the agricultural sector accounted for 6.7 per cent of national GDP in 2014. where appropriate, an analysis of the technical or economic feasibility and benefits in relation to the intended purpose of any significant regulatory requirements or alternative regulatory approaches envisaged. That exchange of information may include compliance strategies and impact assessments, including a comparison of the potential that can be implemented by the dispute settlement procedures referred to in Article 23.10. In this context, the Parties shall consider, at meetings of the Committee on Trade and Sustainable Development, the effectiveness of the implementation of the Chapter, policy developments in each Party, the development of international agreements and the positions expressed by stakeholders, as well as possible revisions to the dispute settlement procedures referred to in Article 23.10. Both Italy and Canada maintain high health standards and the labour chapter ensures that these protective measures will not be reduced in order to promote trade or investment. The SPS action proposed or implemented by the other Party may require that Party to consult the other Party in a technical manner. . . .