The Government of Canada offers information and services to help Chinese companies do business with Canada. We can match your product, service, or technology needs with appropriate Canadian sources, help you expand your business in Canada, and provide information to help plan your travels to Canada.
Our Offices in China
Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service in China (Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing, and Hong Kong) can help you find the right Canadian suppliers and partners.
Six New Canadian Trade Offices in China
The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) in collaboration with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) has opened Canadian trade offices in six emerging business centres (Chengdu, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shenyang, Shenzhen, and Wuhan ) in China. The locations of the offices have been selected based on the existing and upcoming number of business opportunities available for Canadian organizations. The six new offices offer the following TCS services: Preparing for International Markets, Market Potential Assessment, Qualified Contacts and Problem Solving. In addition, the offices provide clients with access to CCC contracting and procurement experts who can help them better compete in the Chinese market with mitigated project risks.
On-line Resources for Doing Business with Canada
You can access essential resources and learn why many Chinese companies turn to Canada to pursue exciting business opportunities.
Investing in Canada
We have services and expertise to help investors from China successfully expand their business in Canada.
Export and Import Controls Information
Canada’s Export and Import Controls Bureau provides information on controlled goods and instructions on obtaining import and export permits.
Going to Canada
You can find information and services to help you plan a temporary stay or to make Canada your new home.
Canada’s Trade Negotiations and Agreements
You can learn more about Canadian actions, negotiations and agreements related to international trade, including dispute settlements, and access links to various international trade organizations and institutions.