Agreement On Internal Trade

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The AIT focuses on reducing barriers to trade that occur in eleven specific sectors: AIT (The Agreement on Internal Trade) is an intergovernmental agreement that entered into force in 1995 and was signed by Canadian Prime Ministers. The objective of the AIT is to promote improved trade between provinces by removing all barriers to the mobility of goods, investments, services and people within Canada. The adoption of the TA is a significant improvement in the removal of all existing barriers between provinces, prevents the emergence of potential new barriers, and harmonizes interprovincial standards. These measures reduce any additional costs that affect Canadian businesses by improving the efficiency of domestic trade, improving market access for Canadian businesses, and facilitating the free movement of professionals and businesses.

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