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Canada issues information notices on CETA origin quotas

September 5, 2017

Under the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union (EU) which takes effect on September 21, Canada and the EU agreed to establish a number of origin quotas to allow for specific quantities of some products to receive preferential tariff treatment if the products meet certain conditions.

In accordance with CETA, Canada and the EU will process imports of originating quota-eligible products on a first-come, first-served basis.

Global Affairs Canada published the following documents regarding the administration of the quotas:

 • General instructions on CETA Origin Quotas

 • Frequently Asked Questions - CETA Origin Quotas

 • Notice to Exporters Serial No. 207 High-Sugar Containing Products for Export to the European Union and its Member States (Item 5205 on Canada's Export Control List)

 • Notice to Exporters Serial No. 208 Sugar Confectionery and Chocolate Preparations, Processed Foods, Dog and Cat Food for Export to the European Union and its Member States  (Items 5206 to 5208 on Canada's Export Control List)

 • Notice to Exporters Serial No 209 Fish and Seafood:  Administration of the Origin Quotas Established in the Canada - European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)

 • Notice to Exporters Serial No 210 Apparel for Export to the European Union and its Member States (Item 5209 on Canada's Export Control List)

 • Notice to Exporters Serial No. 211 Vehicles for Export to the European Union and its Member States (Item 5210 on Canada's Export Control List)

 • Notice to Importers Serial No. 899 Textiles and Apparel for Import to Canada from the European Union and its Member States (Items 86.98 and 86.99 on Canada's Import Control List)

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