The Caribbean Community by Brenda Lange
  

Synopsis

The Caribbean Community by Brenda Lange

In 1973, the Caribbean Community came into effect. With 15 full members and five associate members, CARICOM was first organized to provide a continued economic linkage among the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean, though it now includes Suriname and Haiti. Its goals include providing 'dynamic leadership and service, in partnership with Community institutions and groups, towards the attainment of a viable, internationally competitive and sustainable Community, with improved quality of life for all'. CARICOM, which involves a free-trade area/single market, strives to create new bilateral free-trade agreements and has introduced a common passport that makes regional and international travel easier for its citizens.

About the Author

Brenda Lange has been a journalist, author, and public relations professional for 20 years. During that time, she has written for newspapers, magazines, and trade publications, and performed public relations functions for a diverse clientele. Lange has contributed five titles and revised two others for Chelsea House.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Brenda Lange
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th August 2009

ISBN

9780791095416


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