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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is celebrating its Fortieth Anniversary as a regional integration grouping this year. July 4th 1973 consolidated the Integration Movement with the establishment of the Common Market predicated upon economic integration, functional cooperation and foreign policy coordination. A critical element of the objectives of the community is the expansion of trade intra-regionally and with third states.
Changes in the global environment that have occurred during the past forty years would have had some measure of impact on the performance of the integration movement including trade performance. This presentation serves to examine that performance. (Website - www.caricomstats.org)
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