According to the Caribbean 360, News Around The Caribbean, “The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has agreed to new measures that will make it easier for citizens of the regional bloc to work and travel among member states.

A communiqué issued at the conclusion of the 33rd regular meeting of the conference of heads of government of CARICOM, which took place in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia, from July 4 to 6 2012, stated that the Caribbean leaders had recommitted to achieving the original objectives of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), including free movement of skilled Community nationals, access to the Region’s resources and creating the environment for competitive production.

Following an assessment of the status of the CSME, the government heads agreed to focus strategically on the expansion of the categories of skilled CARICOM nationals who could then move freely for the purpose of working in other member states. Continue reading “CARICOM HEADS OF GOVERNMENTS FORGING AHEAD WITH CSME”

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