CETA entered into force provisionally on 21 September 2017, so most of the agreement now applies. The Canada-EU free trade agreement is known as the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and negotiations have lasted seven years. It entered into force in 2017 and will be fully implemented within seven years. It remains to be seen whether the UK`s repeated preference for a “Canadian-à-led” trade deal can succeed or be forgotten as developments continue over the coming weeks. However, it is an essential criterion for assessing the final outcome and a summary of what Brexit should bring to the UK. If the outcome of the negotiations is an agreement based on the “Australian model”, it is likely that no agreement has actually been reached. .