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Sunday, December 03, 2006 

Moving toward the Common Cause
In fact the title of this small piece relates to an article in the Jamaica Observer, where the author makes the case about the implementation of the CSME, and its meaning for regional collaboration (here).

It is quite an interesting argument, and as we all know within this dynamic “making progress” under this endeavor goes along with the political will to construct effective alliances, and above all setting the right tones to open proactive sharing of ideas, and resources among all the stakeholders involved in the process. And building capacity to support the region’s evolution evolves with a good understanding and roll-out to support the transfer of knowledge in order to create opportunities for all, and growth potential for the entire region.

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