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Wednesday, December 06, 2006 

Competitiveness and Regional Integration: Where to for the Caribbean?
In the news this week, the issues of competitiveness and business development have been shaking agendas in regards to the evolution of the Caribbean region, and its futures as the CSME is gradually spreading its wings (see here).

This is quite a laudable call, considering the fact that the role of business in development is an integral component which should reflect upon the effectiveness of multi-sectoral partnerships, corporate governance, transparency and social responsibility.
And taking full advantage of these components is a way to translate rhetoric into actions by tapping into the integration of responsible approaches to steer economic competitiveness, and at the same time carry-out and adapt policy mechanisms to respond to the dynamics of poverty reduction strategies and pro-poor growth.
See also: “U.S. Seek to Boost Competitiveness of Latin America, Caribbean"

And from the PSD Blog: “St Lucia Best in Caribbean for Doing Business

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