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Caricom Bilateral Trade Agreements

EPAs or EPAs are a form of trade partnership imposed by the Cotonou Agreement and covering economic relations between the EU and African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. CARIFORUM, i.e. CARICOM and the Dominican Republic, is one of the six ACP regional groups. EPA negotiations in the ACP region were officially started on 27 September 2002 and with CARIFORUM on 16 April 2004 in Kingston, Jamaica. The deadline for the conclusion of EPA negotiations was 31 December 2007, as proposed by the World Trade Organisation (WTO). . To read these bilateral trade agreements, click here…

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