• Informal Puebla Meeting A Possible ‘Life-Line’ For Stalled FTAA Talks

    INFORMAL PUEBLA MEETING A POSSIBLE ‘LIFE-LINE’ FOR STALLED FTAA TALKS CHRIST CHURCH, BARBADOS – Senior Trade Officials from several Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) countries will gather in Puebla, Mexico Thursday August 25 to discuss future funding arrangements for the Americas-wide trade talks. The informal meeting is being convened by the Government of Mexico, which currently hosts the…

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  • Stalled Talks: FTAA Deadline in Doubt

    CHRIST CHURCH, BARBADOS – The Seventeenth Meeting of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) Trade Negotiations Committee (TNC) was not reconvened as previously scheduled, on March 18 to 19. A decision has been taken to postpone the TNC. The decision came at the close of an Informal Meeting of FTAA Vice-Ministers (from selected countries), held in Buenos Aires,…

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  • Interim Summit Pledges Support for Americas-wide

    CHRIST CHURCH, BARBADOS – Announced last year, leaders from thirty-four countries in the Americas were called to focus and deliberate on three principal topics, inter alia: combating poverty, promoting social development, and strengthening democratic governance, at a Special Summit in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, January 12 to 13, 2004. Caribbean leaders were amongst the invited Heads of…

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    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) continues to benefit from collaborative efforts with the Government of Mexico through that country’s Maritime Education Trust Fund (FIDENA). For this year, one CARICOM student is about to graduate from the institution which has been ratified by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) as reputable, while another has begun studies. On 1st July 2000, Ms Cindy Patrick…

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    A range of multilateral issues are expected to be discussed by the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and Mexico when the two sides meet in Mexico City, Mexico, 23-24 May, 2000 in a two-day round of far reaching deliberations which are likely to add new perspective to relations between the Caribbean regional grouping and the Central American State. It is the Third…

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    Two CARICOM nationals, the first, graduated from Mexican Naval Academies this week , the result of the CARICOM/Mexican Cooperation Programme. In 1995, the Government of Mexico, under the aegis of the CARICOM/Mexico Technical Cooperation Programme, awarded full four-year scholarships to five CARICOM cadets to pursue courses leading to a first degree in naval studies. The two successful candidates, Llwelyn Lynch…

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