Deepened regional integration is critical to CARICOM economic development

The Caribbean Community serves as one of the longest surviving integration movements among developing countries and seeks to promote economic integration and cooperation among its members. Guyana is home to the CARICOM Secretariat Headquarters and was
among the four founding member states of CARICOM which was established in on July 4, 1973 under the Treaty of Chaguaramas. In the years since its establishment, CARICOM has made significant strides in promoting regional cooperation in areas of education, health, culture and security.

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