21.1 In sections 23 to 30, "complaint" means a written complaint that has been filed with the Tribunal pursuant to subsections 23 (1), 1.01), (1.02), (1.03), (1.04), (1.05), (1.06), (1.061), (1.07), (1.08), (1.09), (1.091), (1.092) or (1.093), and, for the purposes of these Sections, a complaint is duly documented; if the Tribunal is satisfied that it contains or is attached to the information required in section 23. (e) contribute to the harmonious development and expansion of world trade by removing barriers to trade; In addition to the bilateral agreement, Colombia officially became the 37th member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in April 2020. After Mexico and Chile, it is the third country in Latin America to join. Since Canada is also a member of the OECD, the government, education, health and trade practices of the two countries are more coordinated, making them more suitable for foreign direct investment (FDI). 3. The tribunal shall conduct an inquiry in accordance with subsection 2 and prepare its report in accordance with the mandate set by the Governor of the Council or by the Minister. Colombian domestic consumers and businesses will also benefit from importing products that Colombia already needs to import. In addition to wheat, Colombian imports of vegetables, fruits and nuts, barley, cattle and meat products, paper and various minerals are also expected to increase, which will benefit consumers. Canada and Colombia enjoy a dynamic and increasingly diversified bilateral trading relationship. These include significant Canadian investments in different sectors – z.B. Infrastructure, energy, mining, oil and gas, financial services, engineering services, agri-food and education — and more than 100 Canadian companies with a presence in Colombia. The total stock of Canadian direct investment in Colombia reached $5.12 billion in 2017 and made Colombia the fourth largest investment target for Canada in South and Central America. In addition, during his state visit to Canada in October 2017, Colombian President Juan Manual Santos recognized Canada as the largest foreign investor in Colombia in 2016.