Caricom Chairman says there is a need for a common market with free movement of human and material capital and services
The most powerful case for regional integration is the need for a common market or free trade area with relatively free movement of human and material capital and services.
That's the view of Caricom Chairman Dominica's PM Roosevelt Skerrit.
Skerrit says primary among these would be lower tariffs, diversification of production according to a comparative advantage and a large enough market to enjoy economies of scale.
The 37th meeting of the Conference of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean community took place July 4 - 6 2016 in Georgetown Guyana.
Skerrit was chair of this conference.
The Caricom Chairman says there is no doubt that the essential infrastructure to facilitate economic cooperation and growth in Caricom is incomplete.
Caricom Chairman Dominica's PM Roosevelt Skerrit
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