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Caribbean News Updates, Aug 21, 2022

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Guyana Media Advisory: Transforming Guyana, Episode III, Education, and the Oil & Gas Windfall

August 12, 2022

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UWI SRC-CPC webinar Friday September 2, 2022

US-CARICOM TIFA/TIC Trade and Investment Relations

Register for the webinar at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cGtRSOS7RMqxEkfZNjcSjA



AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum 2022 – One People. One Destiny

September 1-3, 2022 Barbados




5th Hub Santo Domingo | DR1.com – September 6-8, 2022



Guyana Basins Summit

October 4-6, 2022


CARICOM SG laments Caribbean neighbours not knowing about each other | News | Jamaica Gleaner


International community breaks silence on Haiti’s crisis | Miami Herald

OAS chief blames international community for Haiti’s descent into chaos. Not all agree


Haiti sinking deeper into catastrophe: Who will save it?  – Caribbean News Global

Caribbean Leaders To Ask For Compensation Fund From Industrialized Countries Ahead Of COP27 | RJR News – Jamaican News Online


Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas sworn in as Chief Diplomat to represent the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis


Jamaica’s Import Spending Up, Export Earnings Also Up | RJR News – Jamaican News Online


Analysis of Agricultural Policies in Guyana (2015-2019)


DR Exports to Haiti grew 30.2% – The Gal Times


DR Free Zone exporters forecast passing US$10 billion in total exports by year’s end | DR1.com

DR seven public-private alliances approved | DR1.com

President Abinader assures that the Dominican Republic will become a power in electricity generation – Bnamericas


US Senator Tim Kaine calls for more support to Alliance for Development in Democracy countries | DR1.com

  • CARICOM Agriculture Investment Summit – August 19, 2022

25% by 2025 Reduction in the Regional Food Bill – CARICOM


Ali: We don’t have the luxury of time to advance food security – Trinidad Express


Pres. Ali warns: unless regional private sector acts, C’bbean leaders will be forced to look abroad – News Room Guyana

PM: Region in danger – Trinidad Express


Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana appoints technical task force; announces Head of the States – Writeups 24

Private sector urged to help improve regional transportation of goods | News | Jamaica Gleaner

They agreed to establish a Working Group to provide oversight of the project which will include representatives from the Governments of Barbados, Grenada, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago, as well as the CARICOM Secretariat, CARICOM Private Sector Organisation (CPSO), and the CDB.


CARICOM impatient with private sector on solving transportation problem for agriculture – Demerara Waves Online News- Guyana

CARICOM energy leaders make headway on food security | OilNOW

Remarks by Chairman of CARICOM, Opening, Agri Investment Forum and Expo II, Trinidad and Tobago, 19 August 2022 – CARICOM


Remarks by CARICOM Secretary-General, Opening, Agri Investment Forum and Expo II, Trinidad and Tobago, 19 August 2022 – CARICOM


President Suriname: US$100 million for region’s Agricultural Sector – Culturu.com


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