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Services Scoop is the pioneering trade magazine of the Caribbean. This magazine highlights the critical yet underrated role the services sector plays in the Caribbean’s economic......

Services Scoop is the pioneering trade magazine of the Caribbean. This magazine highlights the critical yet underrated role the services sector plays in the Caribbean’s economic development.

Services Scoop explores how the region can better realize trade in services and seize regional and international opportunities and showcases regional success stories. The objective of this
publication is to raise awareness on the value and quality of the regional services sector and the potential of trade in services. This world-class, informative magazine is the annual publication of the Caribbean Network of Service Coalitions (CNSC).

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  • 9. four ways for trading services 11
  • 10. D id You Kno w? ...you can export your services without leaving your office? ...even the smallest of businesses can export? ...by having a world-class website, you might attract world-class clients? ...partnering is one the most strategic moves you can make to enter a new market? ...exporting services requires strong skills in networking, relationship selling and credibility building? The purpose of the agreement is more than just making trade possible – it’s about making trade happen. Pascal Lamy Director General, World Trade Organization at the Second Regional Review on Aid12
  • 11. Services exports areequivalent to more than 50% of gross domestic product (GDP) in most CARICOM States and as much as over 90% in some states. 13
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  • 29. CARIFORUM-EC EconomicPartnership AgreementMember States of theEuropean UnionBelgium Greece PolandBulgaria Ireland PortugalCzech Republic Italy RomaniaCyprus Latvia SloveniaDenmark Lithuania SlovakiaEstonia Luxemburg SpainFinland Hungary SwedenFrance Malta United KingdomGermany NetherlandsCARIFORUM-EC EconomicPartnership AgreementCARIFORUM StatesAntigua and Dominican St. Kitts andBarbuda Republic NevisThe Bahamas Grenada Saint LuciaBarbados Guyana St. Vincent and the GrenadinesBelize Haiti SurinameDominica Jamaica 31
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  • 36. The Caribbean Network of Service Coalitions Notwithstanding the fact that the services sector of the Community is the largest in terms of employment, share of total output, and trade, it is characterised by fragmentation of effort and lack of a common focus to increase international competitiveness. Further, it often appears that the interests of the stakeholders are too diverse to foster its overall development. Therefore, it is indispensible that the service sector stakeholders be organised. His Excellency Edwin Carrington, Secretary General of CARICOM at the launch of the Belize Coalition of Service Providers38
  • 37. Jamaica 39
  • 38. Goods and Services as a percentage of GDP 2010 Goods Producing Industry 24% Services Industry 76% The Services Sector Strategy and Expansion Plan 3 year plan Executable Participatory process Achievable, time bound  and measureable40
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  • 52. EPA Contact Points  54
  • 53. EPA Contact Points 55