Canada Free Trade Agreement Brexit
CETA is the perfect model for the United Kingdom to adopt and use it as a model for future bilateral agreements after a free trade agreement with Canada is concluded. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said last week that the two countries could conclude negotiations for a new trade deal by January 1. The EU does not have a free trade agreement with Australia. They are negotiating for one, but they are currently working mainly under World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. PROPONENTs of CETA point out that the agreement will boost trade between the EU and Canada, creating new jobs, facilitating trade by removing tariffs, physical controls and other levies, facilitating mutual recognition of diplomas and resolving investment disputes by creating a new judicial system.   Opponents argue that CETA would weaken the rights of European consumers, including high European food safety standards and criticise it as a blessing for large corporations and multinationals, while risking net losses, unemployment and environmental damage that affect citizens.   The agreement also includes a controversial investor-state dispute settlement mechanism, which never lets critics sue national governments for billions of dollars if they believe government policy has had a negative effect on their business.  A February 2017 survey by the Angus Reid Institute found that 55 per cent of Canadians support CETA, while only 10 per cent oppose IT. However, support has decreased compared to the 2014 survey.
 On the other hand, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has a 44 per cent approval rate among Canadians in February 2017.  Unlike Canada, the agreement has sparked protests in a number of European countries. Opposition members on the House of Commons Trade Committee warned on Friday that they may not be able to pass a transposition bill in time for the extended recess of Parliament. These are just the copyright provisions. There are sections dealing with patents, trademarks, designs and geographical indications (shortly). Among them, Canada and Britain have reached an interim trade deal after Brexit, as announced on Saturday by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) (Canada-Europe Trade Agreement) is a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union.    It was applied on an interim basis and thus eliminated 98% of the existing tariffs between the two parties. There is no end-of-contract or sunset clause for the interim agreement, but both sides intend to begin negotiations for a lasting agreement that is expected to replace it next year.
On 26 March 2014, Federal Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel wrote an open letter to EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht, in which he said that investment protection was a central sensitive issue that could ultimately decide whether a transatlantic free trade agreement would be approved by Germany. He also noted that there was no need for investment arbitration procedures between countries with well-developed legal systems. Negotiations ended in August 2014. All 28 EU member states have approved the final text of CETA, with Belgium being the last country to give its approval.  Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, travelled to Brussels on October 30, 2016 to sign on behalf of Canada.  The European Parliament approved the agreement on 15 February 2017.  The agreement is subject to ratification by the EU and national lawmakers.   It could only come into force if, at Belgium`s request, the European Court of Justice had not issued a negative opinion on the dispute settlement mechanism.  In its opinion, the European Court of Justice found that the dispute settlement mechanism was in line with the right to