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BREXIT Vote could be far reaching for the ACP Group

The African, Caribbean and Pacific Group, the ACP are concerned that the implications of the BREXIT vote on the ACP Group could be far-reaching and may give rise to many consequences for trade, services, investments and development finance assistance.

The EU gives full support to the CARICOM Single Market, CSME

CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana, June 27, 2016- Head of the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to the Eastern Caribbean Countries, OECS and CARICOM/CARIFORUM, Ambassador Mikael Barfod said Friday was a difficult day to work out what the British exit from the European Union means and what effect it will have on the well-being of all the citizens of the European Union.
  • Published in CARICOM

CARICOM still relevant in region- Minister Greenidge

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, June 26, 2016- CARICOM as a unit remains relevant, but it needs “to do a lot more” to strengthen its effectiveness in the region. This view was shared by Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge in an interview with the Government Information Agency (GINA).
  • Published in CARICOM

Regional jitters over shock vote

Caribbean trade and international relations experts and politicians were yesterday busy assessing the likely political and economic fallout from Thursday’s Brexit vote in Britain, with at least one leading negotiator suggesting it can have a significant impact on the region’s development agenda.

20-th Int'l Economic Forum on in St. Petersburg

The St. Petersburg Economic Forum (SPIEF) kicked off on June 16. The total number of participants has reached 10,000 people. The business program of the Forum, which includes about 100 different events, has attracted about 200 experts and businessmen from over 30 countries.
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