Trade Agreement Of Netherlands

April 13, 2021

The Strategic Goods Decree (link in Dutch) provides for additional national rules on the trade in dual-use goods and military equipment. The decree implements, among other things, certain provisions of the dual-use regulation, for example with regard to the ad hoc licensing requirement. In 2018, bilateral trade was about $9.2 billion, Canadian merchandise exports to the Netherlands were $4.7 billion and imports were $4.5 billion. In 2018, Canadian services exports to the Netherlands totalled $1.3 billion and services imports from the Netherlands to Canada were estimated at $1.9 billion. The Dutch government relies on national legislation and national export controls on agreements concluded within the framework of various international partnerships in this area. Foreign trade in goods and services accounts for more than 80% of The Dutch GDP. A full list of EU trade agreements is available on the official EU website. For more information on CETA and country agreements, see the themes covered by CETA (in Dutch). Learn more about the trade, manufacture and processing of chemicals (in Dutch). In the EU`s common position on arms export controls (2008/944/PESC) of 8 December 2008, EU Member States agreed on a series of minimum requirements that each national export control system must meet. The core of this policy is a set of eight criteria defined in the common position.

It describes the bilateral and multilateral trade agreements to which that country belongs, including with the United States. Includes websites and other resources that allow U.S. companies to get more information about how they can use these agreements. The Netherlands is a country rich in trade history and is a gateway to Europe in the full range of trade, investment and technological exchanges. The Netherlands is Canada`s second largest source of foreign direct investment. In 2018, the stock of Dutch direct investment in Canada was valued at nearly $106.7 billion. The Netherlands and Vietnam already have close trade relations. The EU-Vietnam trade agreement will give it a big boost. The EU-Vietnam trade agreement will make it easier and cheaper for them to do so. TRANQUIL MUSIC (on-screen title: Together, we build a stronger future.

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