What is another word for CETA?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛtə] (IPA)

CETA, or the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, is a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union. Synonyms for CETA include Canada-EU Free Trade Agreement, Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, Canada-European Union Free Trade Agreement and Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. The agreement was signed in 2016 after seven years of negotiations. CETA removes tariffs on 98% of products traded between Canada and the EU and provides new market access opportunities for businesses on both sides of the Atlantic. The agreement also includes provisions on investment protection, intellectual property rights, and sustainable development.

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  • Independent

    • Proper noun, singular

What are the hypernyms for Ceta?

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  • Other hypernyms:

    treaty, trade agreement, international agreement, free trade agreement, MULTILATERAL AGREEMENT, bilateral agreement, commerce pact, economic partnership agreement.

Usage examples for Ceta

They could not cut straight across the country, because the ridge of mountains called CETA rose up and barred their way.
"A Book of Golden Deeds"
Charlotte M. Yonge
When Leonidas came to Thermopylae, the Phocians told him of the mountain path through the chestnut woods of Mount CETA, and begged to have the privilege of guarding it on a spot high up on the mountain side, assuring him that it was very hard to find at the other end, and that there was every probability that the enemy would never discover it.
"A Book of Golden Deeds"
Charlotte M. Yonge
Lions, pillars, and inscriptions have all long since passed away, even the very spot itself has changed; new soil has been formed, and there are miles of solid ground between Mount CETA and the gulf, so that the Hot Gates no longer exist.
"A Book of Golden Deeds"
Charlotte M. Yonge

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