NOTE the common desire to promote the South Asia Free Trade Area (SAFTA), which is due to come into force on 1 January 2006, and convinced that closer cooperation between their customs administrations will facilitate intra-regional trade; What is the current trade between Canada and Ukraine? In 2016, Canada`s exports to Ukraine totaled $255 million (compared to $205 million in 2015 and $137 million in 2014), due to exports of mineral products, live animals and animal products, vehicles, aircraft and related equipment. On the other hand, Canadian imports from Ukraine amounted to $107 million (compared to $67 million in 2015 and $99 million in 2014), due to imports of plant products, transportation and machinery. Canada`s two-way trade has continued to grow and is likely to continue to grow through CUFTA. Customs information for Ukraine and other countries with which Canada has a free trade agreement. (a) establish a free trade area in accordance with the agreement; 1. This notice should inform you that the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA) will be implemented on August 1, 2017. With the exception of some agricultural products, CUFTA will essentially eliminate tariffs on all imports from Ukraine, either immediately after the implementation of the agreement or by withdrawing tariffs for passenger cars. The Canada Border Services Agency advised trade in the implementation of CUFTA by August 1, as well as the provision of links to customs regulations, proof of origin and transit requirements. 2. Where an exporter or producer of products subject to an origin control under paragraph 1, point (a), does not meet the prescribed requirements or, in the case of an origin control referred to in paragraph 1, (a) (i) ) the exporter or manufacturer of products subject to an origin check in accordance with paragraph 1, point a), the products may be refused or withdrawn within the prescribed time frame.
3. Preferential tariff treatment under a free trade agreement covered in point 1.1 may be refused or withdrawn from goods in the following circumstances: (a) conducting a control of the origin of goods subject to preferential tariff treatment under a free trade agreement, with the exception of a free trade agreement within the meaning of point 1.1, read the CUFTA text and learn more about the agreement. (c) promote the conditions for fair competition affecting trade between Canada and Ukraine; 2. Information on CUFTA and the text of the agreement is available on the Global Affairs Canada website. Eliminating trade barriers and creating new opportunities for businesses in both countries. b) promote the harmonious development of economic relations between Canada and Ukraine by developing reciprocal trade to create economic development opportunities; 12.