CARICOM


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CARICOM:

see Caribbean Community and Common MarketCaribbean Community and Common Market
(CARICOM), organization founded by the Treaty of Chaguaramas (Trinidad; 1973, revised 2001) and including Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti (suspended 2004–6), Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint
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The CARICOM members participate at the WTO as individuals but the Caucus of Ambassadors coordinate trade and other issues making joint representation as necessary.
class="font-size--16While speaking on ongoing discussions for direct links between the Africa Union and CARICOM, President Kenyatta said the same should be extended to the Pacific region.
He outlined that the CARICOM Heads, Foreign Ministers and officials, as well as the CARICOM Secretary-General, have represented the Community in engaging with the UN Secretary-General and other interested parties, such as the International Contact Group on the matter.
To date, all directives of CARICOM have been carried out.
Cet article cherche a estimer les effets sur le commerce, les revenus et la protection sociale de la proposition d'accord de libre-echange (ALE) entre le Canada et la Communaute caraibeenne (CARICOM) dans les pays de la CARICOM en utilisant un modele d'equilibre partiel.
In the CARICOM region there are several, and at times overlapping, manifestations of armed violence, but the phenomenon is primarily manifested in the form of homicides and aggravated assaults.
Trinidad and Tobago with support from CARICOM, PAHO/WHO, and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) hosted the Summit of CARICOM Heads of Government on Chronic NCDs in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, in September 2007, which issued the 15-point Port-of-Spain Declaration "Uniting to Stop the Epidemic of Chronic NCDs" (Table 2) (30).
Additionally, CARICOM has struggled to monitor the policy in action and residents remain distrustful and misinformed about the policy.
The Members States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the United States of America express their concern over the growing gray and black arms market in the hemisphere which has the potential to increase access by terrorist groups, drug traffickers, gangs, and other criminal organizations to these weapons.
Esta medida fortalece la integracion y se suma a la adopcion del pasaporte del CARICOM, que ya utilizan cuatro estados miembros de la Comunidad, Granada, Surinam, San Vicente y las Granadinas y San Cristobal y Nevis.
Ken Valley, Trinidad's trade minister, said Caricom officials want to include more manufactured products such as furniture and agricultural goods, as well as tourism services.
The Caribbean Community (Caricom) withheld recognition of the interim government under whose aegis the elections were held.