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Author:
Gray Orphee
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978-0773468696
ISBN:
0773468692
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Edwin Mellen Pr (April 1, 2003)
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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM or CC) is an organisation of fifteen Caribbean nations and dependencies having primary objectives to promote economic integration and cooperation among its members, to ensure that the benefits of integration are equit.

The organisation was established in 1973.

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The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, known as ECLAC, UNECLAC or in Spanish and Portuguese CEPAL.

The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, known as ECLAC, UNECLAC or in Spanish and Portuguese CEPAL, is a United Nations regional commission to encourage economic cooperation. ECLAC includes 46 member States (20 in Latin America, 13 in the Caribbean and 13 from outside the region), and 13 associate members which are various non-independent territories, associated island countries and a commonwealth in the Caribbean.

Membership in CARICOM. Agriculture is a major economic sector in the Caribbean. In CARICOM, it continues to generate significant income; facilitate food supply and food and nutrition sovereignty; contribute to physical and infrastructural development; and reduce poverty and hunger. It provides significant employment opportunities in a region where high levels of unemployment continue to be a major concern.

Describes, analyses and assesses export promotional polices in the case of CARICOM Caribbean economies. Examines the physical and institutional context, and instruments for export promotional policies, and the analyses their implications and impact

Describes, analyses and assesses export promotional polices in the case of CARICOM Caribbean economies. Examines the physical and institutional context, and instruments for export promotional policies, and the analyses their implications and impact. View bibliographical record in the Digital Repository.

The book is divided in ten chapters, each covering a. .In macroeconomics we study the overall or aggregate performance of an economy

In macroeconomics we study the overall or aggregate performance of an economy. Purpose: This study takes a disaggregated approach to investigate the impacts of long-run GDP on changes in total government expenditure in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) economies.

Caribbean countries also have security concerns about relations with the United States. Another sticking point in . Caribbean economic relations is Caricom’s longstanding request for an overall Caricom sugar quota (the amount of sugar the . Caricom, for example, has voiced its concerns about gun smuggling from the . deportation of criminals of Caribbean origin back to the region. agrees to import annually at a rate above the prevailing world price). An overall quota would replace the country quotas and could then be reallocated among Caricom members in the event of a special need or export shortfall.

The Caribbean Basin has been a long-standing strategic interest of the .

The Caribbean Basin has been a long-standing strategic interest of the United States. The success of CARICOM, as well as the continued stability of the region, have important implications for . trade, investment, immigration, drug interdiction, and national security policies. This report evaluates CARICOM’s development and implications for . foreign economic policy. It will be updated periodically. For more on Caribbean issues, see CRS Report RL34157, Caribbean-U.

Orphee (economics, Rockland Community College) cheerleads for the accession of Haiti to the common market of the Caribbean (Caricom). Over the long run, he argues, Haiti will benefit from such a move. He looks at trade, finance, and monetary issues from the perspective of mainstream economics. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)