The Canada-Australia Trade Agreement (CANATA) is an historic trade agreement that entered into force on 30 June 1960. It replaced earlier agreements, and was further amended on 25 October 1973.
The agreement provides certain goods produced or manufactured in Canada receive preferential rates of customs duty on entry into Australia. The importer of the goods must be able to demonstrate the goods are the produce or manufacture of Canada by meeting the rules of origin set out in Division 1A of Part VIII of the
Customs Act 1901.
CANATA can be found at
Canada-Australia Trade Agreement.
The amendment to CANATA can be found at
Canada-Australia Trade Agreement Amendment.