The Caribbean Community continues to strengthen its trade system with the aim of repositioning itself in the global economy.
Authorities from regional economic blocs met with experts on international trade policy to debate the trade-related challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the Caribbean.
The Caribbean Community celebrated 25 years of bilateral relations and the technical cooperation it receives from Argentina.
The government has lifted the disqualification of sanitary records for meat products from Brazil.
The Caribbean Community Steps up the Struggle against Climate Change.
The agreement between the Caribbean regional bloc and Cuba will benefit a range of economic sectors, notably tourism.
The region’s leaders emphasized that 2017 would be a key year for consolidating reform within the Caribbean Community.
The Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), June Soomer, made an official visit to Cuba, in which it was agreed the development, next March in Havana, of the XXII Ordinary Council of Ministers of the organization.
CARICOM ministers have endorsed a roadmap for the implementation of the Caribbean Regulatory System for Medicine (CRS).
The mechanism will contribute to strengthening the security system and data exchanges among members.
An agreement will provide US$33 million in financing for sustainable infrastructure projects in the Caribbean region.
CARICOM assessed the current status of the free movement of goods and persons and called on authorities to work towards harmonizing policies.
Regional organizations called a meeting to evaluate and expand economic and cooperation relations.
Chile has reconfirmed its commitment to building strong ties with Member States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for promotion of economic development and people’s well being.
Climate change poses a serious threat to those living in the Caribbean. Latin American leaders argue that developed countries should continue to be at the forefront of the quest for funds to mitigate climate change and prevent disasters.
Guyana is the fifth country in Latin America and the Caribbean and the fifty-third member of the WTO to ratify the agreement to expedite trade in goods.
The Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) of the Caribbean held a new meeting at which it discussed important issues for the integration of the subregion.
Guyana has sought to liberalize and facilitate trade, attract investment, and improve its business environment.