CARICOM


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CARICOM

(ˈkærɪˌkɒm)
n acronym for
(Economics) Caribbean Community and Common Market
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CARICOM

[ˈkærɪˌkɒm] N ABBR =Caribbean Community and Common MarketCMCC f
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Of the fifteen (15) CARICOM Member States, thirteen (13) are WTO Members.
class="font-size--16COOPERATION class="font-size--16Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley said the meeting between President Kenyatta and the CARICOM leaders opened a new chapter of cooperation between Kenya and the Caribbean.
At that July 2013 meeting, Heads also agreed to establish a CARICOM Reparation Commission (CRC) and National Committees on Reparation in each country to establish the moral, ethical and legal case for the claim for reparation from the former colonial European countries, for the nations and people of the Caribbean Community for native genocide, the transatlantic trade in enslaved African people and a radicalized system of chattel enslavement, and Asian indentureship.
Este trabajo calcula el impacto del comercio, los ingresos y el bienestar del Tratado de Libre Comercio (TLC) propuesto entre la Comunidad del Caribe (CARICOM) y Canada sobre los paises del CARICOM, utilizando un modelo de equilibrio parcial.
CARICOM states are convinced that a legally binding instrument, which establishes the highest possible common international standards for regulating the international trade in conventional weapons, will contribute significantly to reducing the high incidence of armed violence in our region.
There is a long history of CARICOM health collaboration (Table 1) (6).
This time, CARICOM member states are pursuing unity in new areas, particularly under the Single Market that includes free movement of labor and services.
* Discuss the implications of the proposed text and negotiating proposals for CARICOM generally and the OECS in particular, with a view to obtaining feedback from public and private sector stakeholders on key issues which should be taken into account in finalizing the draft text(s) and negotiating proposals
The initiative responds to the agreement between the CARICOM Foreign Ministers and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on March 22, 2006 calling for a partnership against the illicit trafficking in small arms and light weapons and reaffirmed during the U.S.
In particular, he commended the region for its move to create the CARICOM Single Market and Economy, saying this would help lead to sustained economic growth.