Regional integration in the Caribbean: The role of trade agreements and structural transformation
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Despite having relatively open economies and a dedicated strategic focus on export expansion, Caribbean economies still account for a small proportion of global trade (goods and services). This paper therefore posits that the subregion adopt a new dais of regional integration, which favours deeper trade and economic integration with countries which are the region’s natural trading partners.
SerieStudies and Perspectives Series - The Caribbean No. 37
ECLAC SubtopicsREGIONAL INTEGRATION ; TRADE POLICY AND TRADE AGREEMENTS
United Nations SubtopicsECONOMIC INTEGRATION ; REGIONALISM ; ECONOMIC AGREEMENTS ; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ; SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Country / RegionCARIBBEAN REGION