Joint Feasibility Study on China-Canada Free Trade Agreement and the 3rd Meeting of Exploratory Discussion Held in Beijing
Joint Feasibility Study on China-Canada Free Trade Agreement and the 3rd Meeting of Exploratory Discussion Held in Beijing
Date: 2017-8-10

Joint Feasibility Study on China-Canada Free Trade Agreement and the 3rd Meeting of Exploratory Discussion Held in Beijing

 

On July 31-August 4, the joint feasibility study on China-Canada free trade agreement and the 3rd meeting of exploratory discussion was held in Beijing. After 5-day intensive negotiation, both sides exchanged views on the joint feasibility study report and each other's expectation on the future free trade agreement, reaching extensive consensuses and laying a favorable foundation for completing joint feasibility study and exploratory discussion as soon as possible.

Canada is the 10th economy in the world and China's important trade and economic partner. In September 2016, in his official state visit to Canada, premier Li Keqiang jointly announced to launch the joint feasibility study on China-Canada free trade agreement and the exploratory discussion with the Premier of Canada Justin Trudeau. In order to implement the consensuses, both sides held meetings twice in February and April in 2017. 

 
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