EU-Canada – Business Summit
About EU-Canada – Business Summit
Once a year in Brussels, this unique EU-Canada Business Summit brings together hundreds of political and economic decision-makers from Canada, the European Union and the world. The latest political, financial & economic global trends are being discussed and analyzed by relevant high-level speakers coming from a vast array of sectors.
The EU-Canada Business Summit is a great way to built business relationships through VIP cocktails, private meetings, interactive debates and several exclusive networking activities.
Canada’s economy is dependent on international trade. While most of the country’s trade is with the United States, the Canadian government supports the expansion of foreign trade through international treaties and agreements.
Canada is now a major hub of international trade and provides access, through its free trade agreements like the ACEUM, CETA & PTP to the largest number of people around the world.
The European Union represents its member states to assert themselves in a rapidly changing global context.
The EU manages trade relations with third countries in the form of trade agreements. They are designed to create better trading opportunities and overcome related barriers.
EU’s trade policy is also used as a vehicle for the promotion of European principles and values, from democracy and human rights to environment and social rights.