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Saturday, February 10, 2007 

Stretching the Lines of Cooperation for the CARICOM
As the CARICOM Single Market Economy is getting days after days as a gradual trail to be reckoned with, which is pushing the boundaries of development, and the role of the different institutions in the region, a good consensus has been steadily getting grounds among regional planners to carry-out a broad and integrated framework with the most effective means in terms of regional and international cooperation to tackle matters of sustainable economic life.

Thus, calls that are being iterated to better address and position emerging cooperation initiatives, in parallel to the right procedural and organizational alignments to strengthen a common strategy and roadmap, see here.


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