On July 1, 2020, the Canada-United States-Mexico
Agreement (CUSMA) will come into force, replacing the
North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The new
agreement brings significant changes in the rules for trade and
investment protection between the three countries. North American
investors, exporters and importers will need to be aware of what
these changes mean for their business.
Blakes lawyers across a variety of practices and industries address below the key changes that are coming into effect with CUSMA to help you understand how they impact your business and how you can protect your investments.
- FAQs: Navigating CUSMA in the Automotive Sector
- A Deep Dive into CUSMA: New Automotive Rules of Origin
Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment
Employment & Labour
Originally published by Blakes, on June 2020
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