CARIFTA


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CARIFTACaribbean Free Trade Association
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(8.) See generally Anthony Payne, The Political History of Caricom (2008) (recounting transition from British rule to CARIFTA to CARICOM).
CARIFTA worked for a short while, but struggled through the recession of the late 1970s and mid 1980s.
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.
- Carifta Games U17 champion at both sprints and 4x100m
Pan American Junior Championships 2013 Medellin 100m GOLD CARIFTA Games (Junior) 2013 Nassau 100m GOLD 2012 Hamilton 100m BRONZE CAC Junior Championships (Youth) 2012 San Salvador 200m GOLD 2012 San Salvador 100m SILVER
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."
April 5-9: The 36th Annual Carifta Games (the Caribbean Olympics) at the new Turks & Caicos National Stadium.