- What does CETA mean for Trade ? -
Time: Tuesday, 29th November 2016 from 8:30 to 11:00 o’clock
Venue: Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Press Hall Kanavakatu 3c, 00160 Helsinki
CETA will create jobs and growth by boosting trade and strengthening economic relations. It will make business with Canada easier, remove customs duties, substantially improve access to public contracts, open up new sectors of the Canadian services market, offer predictable conditions for investors, and protect Geographical Indications. Companies in several sectors will also benefit from the gains derived from the elimination of double testing, in particular small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, The Embassy of Canada and the Finnish-Canadian Business Club have a great pleasure of inviting you to attend the CETA Business Seminar on Tuesday 29th November 2016 starting at 8:30.
08:30–09:00 Registration and coffee (Please allow time for security check - NB! Doors close, attendees to be seated by 08:55)
09:00–09:10 Opening remarks
09:10–10:00 Implications of the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (CETA). Two presentations (tbc).
10:00–11:00 Panel discussion on what CETA means to the business community: Moderated by: Dr. Risto E.J. Penttilä, CEO, Finland Chamber of Commerce
10:40–11:00 Questions and answers on CETA
11:00–11.30 Possibility for bilateral contacts with CETA experts (also in Finnish)
The seminar will be held in English
Moderator of the Seminar: Mr. Francis Uy Sr. Trade Commissioner, Embassy of Canada
Detailed program will be sent closer to the date.
Registration: Please register via this Link by Friday 25th November 2016.