Thursday, January 18, 2018

Reshaping inter-regional trade and investment*


FOR decades, the Caribbean has been fixated on the need to export to, and import from its traditional markets in North America and Europe.  It has also sought to encourage visitor arrivals from the same nations, and to buy from them billions of dollars in foodstuffs.
The consequence is that in a much-changed world and region, bilateral trade in goods and services has not diversified to take advantage of the now significant, fast growing and sometimes complimentary economies in the Latin American and Caribbean region, including Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

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