A Caribbean Market

Maya, Raquel
July 2007
Library of Congress Information Bulletin;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 66 Issue 7/8, p165
The article reports on a lecture delivered by the Owen Seymour Arthur, prime minister of Barbados. The address, held on June 18, 2007, focused on the necessity for a Caribbean Single Market (CSME). The lecture, sponsored by the U.S. Library of Congress' Hispanic Division, concentrated on the economic obstacles that countries in the Caribbean region have faced and on a proposed single economy. It marked the start of the "Conference on the Caribbean: A 20/20 Vision," to be held in Washington, D.C. from June 19 to 21, 2007.


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