On Thursday, 21 September 2017, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada enters into force provisionally.
CETA offers new opportunities for EU businesses of all sizes to export to Canada.
It will save EU businesses €590 million a year – the amount they pay in tariffs on goods exported to Canada.
The agreement will especially benefit smaller companies who can least afford the cost of the red tape involved in exporting to Canada. Small businesses will save time and money, for example, by avoiding duplicative product testing requirements, lengthy customs procedures and costly legal fees.
CETA will create new opportunities for made in EU Greenline Yachts.
No more 9,5% import duty tax on Greenline Yachts for Canadian buyers!