Caribbean Community (CARICOM)


Partial Scope Agreement Between the Government of Belize and the Government of the Republic of Guatemala


How EU and US Economic Policies spell bitter end for Caribbean Sugar

This article was originally posted by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs on June 24, 2005. We thought you may be interested in reading it. Notice how the Caribbean nations have been affected by this and add it in to what we’ve been saying all along that things are all part of a larger goal. CALLOUSNESS REDEFINED: HOW EU AND U.S. ECONOMIC POLICIES SPELL A BITTER END FOR THE CARIBBEAN’S SUGAR INDUSTRY Yesterday, the European Union’s (EU) agriculture commissioner, Mariann Fischer Boel, revealed the specific provisions of the plan originally proposed last July to cut the preferential price the EU pays […]


Don't let Guatemala duck agreement

Published: Friday | April 12, 2013 on The Gleamer It is urgent that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) engage the global community for help in sending a clear message to Guatemala that there will be no reward for bad behaviour, including, as seems to be the intent of the Central American country, squirming out of solemn undertakings. Jamaica, in its own right as a respected and influential voice on hemispheric matters, and as the CARICOM country with responsibility for the Community’s external relations, must lead this initiative. The matter to which we refer is the agreement between Belize and Guatemala to […]