EU trade deal with Canada and impact on mobility

  • European Union
  • 11/09/2017
  • Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

The European Parliament has approved a comprehensive trade agreement with Canada that liberalizes trade and tariff regimes and contains several provisions expanding mobility for Canadian professionals, including business visitors, investors, intra-corporate transferees and graduate trainees, and individuals performing services under a contract. The potential mobility benefits will vary from country to country depending on how CETA provisions compare to current policies in individual EU countries. BAL has created a backgrounder that looks at several key European countries and how the CETA, if implemented, will affect mobility opportunities for Canadian professionals.

Read the full backgrounder here.