Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union. This agreement was signed on October 30, 2016, by Canada and the European Union. Most of the agreement’s provisions are expected to enter into force in early 2017. According to a joint study released in 2008, liberalizing trade in goods and services could boost Canada-EU trade by 20%.Declaration on the Joint Economic Action Plan Canada-France 2016-2017.Under the Canada-France Enhanced Cooperation Agenda signed in October 2015 by both countries’ prime ministers, France and Canada have made a mutual commitment to strengthen their bilateral economic relationship. In that regard, the three key objectives of the 2016–2017 Canada-France Action Plan are as follows:supporting Canadian and French companies in the areas of business development, market access and promotion of cross-investment;promoting the ratification and implementation of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union;strengthening cooperation in terms of competitiveness, innovation, and science and technology.Economic relations between Canada and France are dynamic and diversifiedCharacterized by sustained trade in high value-added products, a vigorous exchange of services, and a broad partnership in the form of direct investment, strategic alliances, cooperation and science, innovation and technology partnerships.Main Canadian exports to France. In 2015, exports of Canadian goods exceeded C$3 billion. Les principaux produits sont les produits et équipements aéronautiques, les équipements mécaniques et électriques, les minerais, les métaux, les combustibles minéraux, les produits de la pêche, les produits pharmaceutiques, France is Canada’s 11th-largest client country worldwide and 15th-largest in Europe. In the services sector, France is Canada’s third-largest client country and Europe’s second-largest, with C$2.5 billion in Canadian service exports.