• Updated table of trade agreements to provide the following information and change a partial percentage of total trade values. The EU is New Zealand`s second largest trading partner. In 2019, the volume of trade amounted to more than 9 billion euros. Agricultural products account for the largest share of New Zealand`s exports to the EU, while the EU mainly exports finished and industrial products to New Zealand. In 2019, Germany`s trade surplus with New Zealand amounted to 2.7 billion euros and EU companies accounted for more than 10 billion euros of foreign direct investment in New Zealand. Find out what new trade deals will be in place in the event of a Non-Brexit Deal. Some new agreements will not be in force until the UK leaves the EU. Trade will then take place under the terms of the World Trade Organization (WTO). The EU has trade agreements with these countries/regions, but both sides are now negotiating an update. On 15 February 2017, the European Parliament approved the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).

    CETA removes most of the remaining tariffs and allows for better reciprocal access to markets for goods and services in the EU and Canada. Compliance with common rules and the creation of open market access in this way will help CETA parties ensure and increase their prosperity. CETA does not only create better opportunities for European producers of industrial products, agricultural products and services. It also reaffirms social and environmental standards and provides for a modern form of investment protection. CETA is a modern agreement that offers its parties a great opportunity to play an active role in globalization and to set fair and solid rules for this process. The high standards agreed between the EU and Canada will serve as a benchmark for future trade agreements. CETA has been applied on an interim basis since September 21, 2017. However, this applies only to chapters for which the EU is solely responsible. As a result of the provisional entry into force of the agreement, EU businesses and citizens have been directly benefiting from CETA since 21 September 2017. Canada eliminates all tariffs on 98% of goods traded between the EU and Canada (with respect to customs positions).

    This will save EU businesses 590 million euros a year in tariffs. They also have the best access to Canadian federal, provincial and municipal public sector markets, which have ever been awarded to non-Canadian companies. CETA will not enter into full force until all Member States have ratified the agreement in accordance with their national constitutional procedures. Among the provisions that must be ratified by all EU Member States are the provisions relating to investor-state dispute settlement procedures, which are dealt with under CETA by an investment tribunal which will be held accountable by the public. Click here and/or visit the European Commission website for detailed information on CETA and next steps. The Environmental Goods Agreement (EGA), currently under negotiation, aims to deregulate the market for environmental goods. While the EGA is being negotiated as a multi-lateral agreement (i.e. a small number of WTO member states), there is hope that it will eventually develop into a multilateral agreement adopted by all WTO members.

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