The Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA) is a trade agreement between Canada and Chile. Signed in Santiago, Chile, on 5 December 1996, it entered into force on 5 July 1997. Tariffs on 75% of bilateral trade were immediately eliminated.  It was Canada`s first free trade agreement with a Latin American nation (except Mexico) and Chile`s first comprehensive free trade agreement. In the first ten years, trade between Canada and Chile increased by more than 300%, with merchandise trade increasing from $718 million in 1996 to $2.7 billion $US in 2010. Bilateral trade in services increased to $164 million in 2005. Canadian investment in Chile reached $13.3 billion in 2010 and Canada was the main source of new investment in Chile.  Such as NAFTA, Annex K-03. I.1 of the CCFTA, which supports the Business Visitor category, does not contain an exhaustive list, but illustrates the types of activities normally carried out by trade visitors. Annex K-03 was not supplemented by new activities. I.1 In relation to NAFTA, however, the following activities have been removed to reflect the bilateral agreement between Canada and Chile: on February 5, 2019, the Modernized Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA), which supports an open, inclusive and progressive rules-based trading environment, entered into force. CcFTA is the cornerstone of Canada`s strong trade and investment relationship with Chile.
Since its launch in 1997, ccFTA has brought benefits to both countries. Bilateral merchandise trade has nearly quadrupled since the Entry into Force of the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, reaching $2.9 billion in 2017. At the end of 2017, the stock of Canadian investment in Chile stood at $17.1 billion, making Chile the top direct investment target in South and Central America. In 2017, Canada and Chile signed amendment agreements to modernize the ENTERPRISE`s free trade agreement and support an open, inclusive and progressive rules-based business environment. If you have any questions or comments about this free trade agreement or the environmental and labour cooperation agreements, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Global Affairs Canada at: Full text of the CCFTA and Parallel Agreement on Environmental and Labour Cooperation “Academic title” means any document submitted by universities recognized by the Chilean government and considered equivalent to the minimum requirements for training and alternative qualifications for this profession. In the case of the profession of lawyer (Abogado), the title is awarded by the Supreme Court of Chile Case 4: Indicate the full legal name, address (including country) and legal tax identification number of the importer as defined in box 1. If the importer is not known, indicate “UNKNOWN”. If more than one importer is present, indicate “MISCELLANEOUS”.
“Post-graduate degree” means proof issued by an accredited academic institution in Canada or the United States of America upon the conclusion of a two- or more-year post-secondary education. Information on the implementation of the Canada-Chile Trade and Equality Chapter. Box 2: complete the box where the certificate covers several consignments of identical goods, as described in box 5, imported into Canada or Chile for a specified period of up to one year (framework period). “FROM” is the date on which the certificate applies to the material covered by the framework certificate (it may be before the date of signature of this certificate). . . .