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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 Members collectively account for an estimated 0.24% of world merchandise trade and are still endeavouring to diversify and integrate into world trade.
class="font-size--16"Through Kenya, any business from CARICOM can gain access to the African market with a population of 1.2 billion," he said.
In addition to supporting the pursuit and implementation of CARICOM's Reparatory Justice Programme, the CRR is primarily motivated by two other interlocking objectives: to broadly foster awareness around the lasting and adverse consequences of colonialism in the Caribbean and offer practical solutions to halting and reversing them.
The following year, a PAHO consultant facilitated by PHAC used semi-structured interviews with 28 key informants (ministers of health and senior officials in Caribbean governments, CARICOM Secretariat, PAHO/WHO, and the University of the West Indies) to document the process leading to this summit and declaration.
Firstly, are there barriers to the free movement of labor among CARICOM member states?
As nations committed to the values of freedom, democracy, and peace, CARICOM Member States and the U.S.
Caricom officials said Cuba wants to add some 200 products to the treaty.
"We need to include provisions that would make it absolutely clear that any member state that breaches the fundamental principles of the charter will become eligible to be withdrawn from the corridors of the institutions of Caricom, " he said.