7. The objective of this Legislation is the implementation of the agreement and related agreements whose objectives, as developed in particular by their provisions, are to be “free trade agreements”, NAFTA, CCFTA, CCRFTA, ALECE, CIFTA, CPFTA or CCOFTA; (a) establish a free trade area in accordance with the agreement; 9. The agreement and related agreements are approved. 3. For greater security, this legislation and any federal legislation implementing a provision of the agreement or related agreement or fulfilling a requirement of the Government of Canada under the agreement or related agreement must be interpreted, if necessary, in a manner consistent with the agreement or agreement. 2. No provision can be made under subsection 1 unless the Governor of the Council is satisfied that the Government of the Republic of Peru has taken satisfactory steps to implement the agreement and related agreements. This decree transposes the free trade agreement and related environmental and labour cooperation and environmental cooperation agreements between Canada and the Republic of Colombia, signed in Lima, Peru, on November 21, 2008. 2. Subject to Section B of Chapter 8 of the Agreement and Part Three and Schedule 4 of the Canada-Republic of Colombia Labour Cooperation Agreement, signed on November 21, 2008, no person has a means and no proceedings are initiated without the consent of the Attorney General of Canada to enforce or determine a right or obligation. , either under the agreement or a related agreement. Part 1 of the order approves the free trade agreement and related agreements and provides that Canada has, in accordance with the authorization, its share of the expenditure related to the application of the institutional aspects of the free trade agreement and the power of the Governor of the Council to adopt the provisions of the order. (e) contribute to the harmonious development and expansion of world trade by removing barriers to trade; (b) promote the harmonious development of economic relations between Canada and the Republic of Colombia by developing reciprocal exchanges to promote economic activity in Canada and Colombia; In Canada, there are 18 customs treatments, all of which are represented by a code on the B3 customs coding form.
Sixteen of the customs salaries lower or abolish the tariff normally owed on imported goods as a result of a free trade agreement or other preferential treatment granted by Canada to recipient countries.