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Tuesday, March 06, 2007 

Regionalism in Full Fledge
With the growing awareness of the interdependence among countries in the Caribbean zone, the CARICOM is fully embracing a framework for cooperation that take into account the many challenges of globalization, and how to adapt regional economic cooperation iniatives.


Caribbean leaders are concentrating on the quest of “a new way of thinking, focused on socioeconomic development and poverty relief”, as witnessed in another meeting of the bloc held in Montego Bay, Jamaica in February.


By steadily searching to move from a bilateral or sub-regional approach in regards to certain components in the areas of trade and development (here), we have been seeing the construct of a consensus toward the enlargement of the geographical scope of agreements to address economic cooperation and integration, in synch with objectives of development, stability/security to enhance economic growth, productivity, and poverty reduction. More >>>

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