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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 Meeting of the CARICOM-Mexico Joint Commission which was established in 1974 to promote closer relations between CARICOM and Mexico. At this juncture of twenty six years, the two sides are likely to look to new horizons, especially in view of new global strategic interests and geographical proximity into economic networking.

In this regard, areas of technical cooperation are likely to feature on the agenda, in addition to multilateral issues such as the Association of Caribbean States, the Summit of the Americas, the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas and the World Trade Organisation.

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