Discover Opportunities in Asia Pacific with Canada’s New Free Trade Agreement, the CPTPP, plus the CKFTA

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Global Affairs Canada, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, and Nova Scotia Business Inc. invite you to join some of Canada’s international business development experts to learn about business opportunities in Asia Pacific from the newly signed Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), and the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA).

Experts and Business Leaders will Provide you with:

  • An in-depth summary of the opportunities available through the CPTPP & CKFTA to help your business become more competitive in the Asia Pacific region.
  • Information about specific market opportunities in key industries such as Fish & Seafood, Agri-food, Clean Technologies, Ocean Technologies, Advanced Manufacturing, Forestry, Life Sciences, ICT and more.
  • Market development advice and programming information from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Nova Scotia Business Inc., Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Export Development Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
  • One-on-One pre-arranged meetings with Asia Pacific trade experts about your company’s specific market approaches and opportunities.

Confirmed Presenters:

  • Kyle Nunas, Consul General, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Arun Alexander, Minister (Commercial) & Senior Trade Commissioner, Tokyo, Japan
  • Ladan Amirazizi, Senior Trade Commissioner, Canberra, Australia
  • Steven Goodinson, Minister-Counsellor & Senior Trade Commissioner, Seoul, South Korea

An invitation with registration instructions for both the seminar and the one-on-one meetings with the trade experts from the Asia Pacific region will be shared at the end of January. Questions about the event may be directed to:

Yuliya Demish, Export Development Executive

Nova Scotia Business Inc.
902.424.5054
ydemish@nsbi.ca
novascotiabusiness.com

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Location

Marriott Halifax Harbourfront Hotel

Date

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 9:00am - 4:00pm

Duration

  7h