CARICOM BUSINESS – Businesses need to brace for Post-COVID – Cox

“The Region’s business community is being encouraged to engage in detailed strategic planning in an effort to prioritize recovery opportunities in their re-opening strategies. Speaking at an FAO sponsored webinar under the theme “Enabling agricultural investment in the Caribbean for an effective response and post-COVID-19 recovery” on Thursday, CARICOM’s Assistant Secretary-General Joseph Cox pointed out that regionally, there is no food shortage but a misalignment of supply and demand which is compounded by a dysfunctional price mechanism.”

CARICOM’s Assistant Secretary-General Joseph Cox

Extract from CARICOM Business – Vol. 3 No. 19, May 8 2020

CARICOM Business is a weekly newsletter produced by the Directorate of Trade & Economic Integration.

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Caricom Business May 8 2020

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Assistant Secretary-General, Trade and Economic Integration, CARICOM Secretariat, Mr. Joseph Cox, talks to Communications Officer Michelle Nurse about the blueprint CARICOM Trade Ministers approved for re-opening regional economies. The approval came at the 50th Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development which was held via videoconference on Wednesday, May 2020
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