CARICOM


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CARICOMCaribbean Community (and Common Market)
CARICOMComunidad y Mercado Común del Caribe (Spanish: Caribbean Community and Common Market)
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CARICOM said, out of the total, nearly $89 million of the funding will target the reduction of youth involvement in crime and violence in the region.
Called upon the CARICOM Heads of Government to proceed urgently with the recommendation that the slave-owning and slave-trading European nations be invited to attend an inter-governmental reparatory justice summit in 2015.
As the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) notes, the threat of the irresponsible and illicit transfer of small arms and associated ammunition to regional security has an important external dimension: cross-border trafficking.
Canada and CARICOM should also address practical impediments to two-way mobility of skilled labor, a topic which will gain in importance in future trade negotiations generally.
87) CARICOM cannot solve the climate crisis alone, but it has the unique opportunity to promote sustainable development through investment from Annex 1 nations.
In light of their common values and concerns, CARICOM Member States and the U.
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.
Lucia was one of the Caricom countries that refused any relationship with the US-backed Latortue administration following elected Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's (1991, 1994-1996, 2001-2004) overthrow (see NotiCen, 2004-03-04).
CARICOM officials convened a two-day strategic planning session, bringing in economic experts and Caribbean and international communications professionals to identify the scope, objectives and target audiences for the communications campaign to follow.
Caricom had cultivated relations with former Haitian President Aristide and was divided over his forced ouster in February 2004 amid violent chaos.
These members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) stand on the threshold of establishing the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), the symbol and the embodiment of regional integration.
Such acts certainly play an important role in securing stability and prosperity of the region, and we consider the CARICOM as important diplomatic partner.