In line with the free trade agreement between United States, Mexico (USMCA) and the European Union (CETA), Canada facilitates access to new markets with the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), signed on December 30th 2019.
Posting of workers
Social representation allows a company to outsource the human resource management of an employee residing in the United States or Canada. If your company sends an employee to the United States or Canada for a work assignment of more than 90 days, this service is strongly recommended.
Do you want to target new markets in Canada? Tax representation may be the service you need. The world’s tenth largest economy, Canada enjoys a strategic position in North America, strengthened by free trade agreements with the United States and Mexico (US-Mexico-Canada Agreement) and the European Union (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement).
After several months of negotiations, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement has been agreed on and should be signed soon. Valid for 16 years, with the possibility for the signatory countries to update it after 6 years, the agreement is open to renewal.
Canada benefits from two major trade agreements that facilitate international business development: the USMCA (United States—Mexico—Canada trade agreement, or AEUMC) and the CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or AECG).
Posting of workers
A company may post workers for a temporary mission to a country other than the one in which it is established. A posted worker is subject to the regulations of the host country and works for a specified period abroad on behalf of the company that employs him. If you need to send one or more employees to Canada or the United States for a temporary assignment and you are an employer not established in these countries, you will need to use a posting workers service.
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In order to inform companies about the application of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA / CETA), the Quebec Federation of Chambers of Commerce (FCCQ) offers a program of training and conferences, in the form of a “tour”, in the main regions of Quebec.
With the technological advances of the 21st century, it seems that we live in a world without boundaries. These incredible breakthroughs have changed the way we access information, travel and communicate. However, we still face certain challenges such as restrictions on importation and exportation.
At a time when many countries are questioning their degree of economic openness and are retreating into protectionism, Canada opens up to foreign markets. Gradually, Canada positions itself in favour of free trade in order to facilitate its trade with other countries.