CARIFTA


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Related to CARIFTA: Caricom, OECS, CSME
AcronymDefinition
CARIFTACaribbean Free Trade Association
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A Common Market, as was in place under CARIFTA and the early establishment of CARICOM, is limited and only removes certain barriers.
Organizers of CARIFTA and representatives from both private and public sector organizations in the Cayman Islands have been working together to raise funds to donate to the Haitian team, to assist with offsetting the country's athletic federation costs of participating in games.
The Heads of Government agreed that CARIFTA would be the Region's first step towards the establishment of the Caribbean Common Market, the means by which a viable economic community would be realized.
The OCCBA also recommended that the proposed Court of Appeal "be vested with an original jurisdiction in respect of matters referred to it by agreement between the Caribbean States or any two or more of them arising out of such original treaties as the CARIFTA Agreement (Caribbean Tree Trade Agreement) or by the Council of the Area or such matters as the interpretation of the Agreement.
com What: Cocktail Reception Why: The Truce Foundation of the USA will announce its presentation of "The Open Fields Award" to the people of The Turks and Caicos Islands for hosting the CARIFTA 2007 Games (The Caribbean Olympics).