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COVID-19 and Canada’s international trade

 

We are seeking Canadian manufacturers that can help us meet the need for medical supplies and address the challenge of COVID-19.

Canada is committed to supporting Canadian businesses and the free flow of goods and services across our international borders.

Financial support and services for businesses operating globally

Keeping supply and trade links open

Canada and its international partners are committed to supporting global trade and investment during this global health crisis. Canada is also working closely with its international partners to ensure that the measures we take in response to the COVID-19 pandemic do not impose unjustified or harmful burdens on workers, businesses, and our global economies.

Canada and Asia-Pacific cooperation

Canada and G20 cooperation

Canada and WTO cooperation

Canada and international cooperation

Additional resources for businesses operating internationally

In today's interconnected global business climate, COVID-19 is affecting the way Canadian companies operate. Efforts to control and mitigate the spread of the virus include temporary restrictions on travel and at borders. These efforts could have further implications on international business development activities.

International business travel and advisories

Customs and borders

Agriculture and agri-food industry

Canadian Innovations

Stories
The “smart shirts” helping reduce the pressure COVID-19 is putting on hospitals

Hexoskin’s high-tech shirts monitor vital signs at home, freeing up valuable space and time for health-care workers on the pandemic’s frontlines.

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