COTED

  • OFFICIALS FINE-TUNE AGENDA FOR EIGHTH MEETING OF COTED

    A range of matters aimed at quickening the pace of, and strengthening the regional integration process in facing-up to the challenges in the new Century will be covered by Caribbean Community (CARICOM) officials when they meet in Georgetown on the 4-5 February, 2000 to prepare for the Eighth Ministerial Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED). The…

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  • STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE SEVENTH MEETING OF THE COUNCIL FOR TRADE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (COTED), 8 OCTOBER 1999, GEORGETOWN, GUYANA

    The Seventh Regular Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) was held at the Headquarters of the Community on 8 October 1999. The Meeting was very positive and reached a number of important conclusions. Held under the Chairmanship of Antigua and Barbuda, the COTED took the opportunity to assess the status of the effort to complete the…

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  • SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE OPENING OF THE SEVENTH MEETING OF THE COUNCIL FOR TRADE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (COTED),  8 OCTOBER 1999, GEORGETOWN, GUYANA

    ADDRESS BY SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY, EDWIN W. CARRINGTON Mr. Chairman Other Distinguished Ministers Other Distinguished Delegates Secretariat Staff Members of the Media Good Morning. It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Secretariat and the Seventh Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development. I expect that this will be our last meeting for…

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  • 7th COTED HOLDS FOCUS ON SINGLE MARKET AND ECONOMY

    The Seventh Ministerial Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development, gets underway tomorrow, 8th October, 1999 at the Secretariat’s Headquarters in Georgetown, Guyana. Ministers and officials will deliberate on several issues of importance to the Region, foremost among them being the status of moves towards the establishment of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy. In this regard they…

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  • GROUNDWORK FOR CSM&E NEARS COMPLETION AS COTED MEETS

    Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Mr.Edwin Carrington has implored Member States to redouble efforts for the timely completion of the key elements of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSM&E). Mr .Carrington was speaking at the opening of the one-day 7th Ministerial Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development at the Secretariat’s Headquarters on Friday 8th October,1999.…

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  • AGRICULTURE FOCUS AT COTED MEETING

    Agriculture and related issues of trade, standards, and external economic relations were the highlight of the just concluded Sixth Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) at the Caribbean Community CARICOM Secretariat Headquarters in Georgetown, Guyana, on 4-5 June 1999. Among other items discussed at the meeting were the nine Protocols revising the Treaty of Chaguaramas by…

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  • SIXTH COTED MEETING UNDERWAY IN GUYANA

    A range of matters including progress towards the implementation of a CARICOM Single Market and Economy, and the Regional Transformation Programme for agriculture are among items on the agenda of the Sixth Meeting of the Caribbean Community’s (CARICOM) Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) which got underway on 4 June, 1999 in Georgetown, Guyana. The two-day meeting which is…

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  • TRADE MATTERS DOMINATE COTED MEETING

    The Fifth Meeting of the Caribbean Community’s (CARICOM) Council For Trade and Economic Development (COTED) begins in Georgetown, Guyana on Thursday. Ministers, mainly those with responsibility for Trade, will discuss an agenda dominated by matters related to the establishment of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSM&E) as well as External Trade and Economic Relations. COTED promotes trade and economic…

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  • CET, EXTERNAL TRADE AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS ON COTED MEETING AGENDA

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED), will convene its next meeting 5-7 February, 1998 in Jamaica. The new Ministerial body which replaces the longstanding Common Market Council, will address matters relating to the revision of the Treaty of Chaguaramas, the implementation of other measures towards achieving a CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), and External…

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