Politique commerciale et réglementation


Il existe de nombreuses politiques et réglementations internationales qui ont une incidence sur la manière dont les affaires sont importées et exportées au Canada. Il est essentiel que ceux-ci fassent l'objet d'une surveillance régulière et que toutes les mesures soient prises pour assurer un alignement maximum de la réglementation sur les autres pays, en particulier les États-Unis. Cela contribuera à protéger la base de fabrication au Canada et à maintenir les investissements nationaux et étrangers au Canada. Ces efforts sont axés sur l'USMCA, l'harmonisation continue de la réglementation entre le Canada et les États-Unis, les accords commerciaux avec d'autres pays tels que l'UE, les effets de la consolidation croissante et une gamme de défis en matière de fabrication pour nos membres actifs au Canada.

La peinture et les revêtements sont l’un des secteurs les plus réglementés au Canada, soumis à de nombreuses lois et à des milliers de règlements.

L’industrie des peintures et des revêtements est l’un des secteurs les plus réglementés au Canada, soumis à de nombreuses lois et à des milliers de règlements

Politique commerciale et réglementation

Issues Tracking, Regulatory Updates & Canada Coatings HUB Resources

Issue Overview

One only has to consider the recent United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) negotiations between Canada and the United States to understand the importance of trade policy between the largest two trading partners in the world. What is often overlooked is the fact that 40 U.S. States have Canada is its number one trading partner: not China, not the EU. All know that about 75 percent of Canada’s trade is with the U.S. Both have a vested interest in ensuring that trade flows continue and where possible facilitated for the maximum benefit of both countries. The recently renewed Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) seeking to increase regulatory alignment can be a helpful forum in this regard. CPCA keeps its finger on the trade policy pulse to ensure we can be proactive and get out ahead of potential impacts when and as required. We do this by working closely with the American Coatings Association to ensure trade facilitation is paramount for the coatings industry. For other countries CPCA works through the International Paint and Printing Ink Council (IPPIC), which covers all the major industrialized countries in the world. IPPIC is active throughout the year on a number of common issues and meets regularly and once a year in face-to-face meetings. There are many active files covered in the CoatingsHUB, some hotter than others and some requiring more attention than others.

Canada CoatingsHUB Resources


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