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CSME Overview

The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) is designed to be a single economic space created by unifying the markets of all Member States of the Community. It will thus allow persons in CARICOM Member States to be better able to conduct business transactions by a common set of rules and regulations and to be accorded the same treatment as nationals of any Member State.

Elements of Hassle Free Travel

Below are the main elements needed to ensure safe and hassle free travel throughout all the CARICOM national states.

CSME News

Updates from CARICOM meetings

CARICOM Statement On The Situation In Haiti

Communiqué issued at the conclusion of the Forty-Second Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), 5 – 6 July, 2021. Taking into account the Report of the Haiti Expert Group and its update on the situation, Heads of...

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Ambassador Comissiong: “We Are A Family!”

Barbados’ Ambassador to CARICOM David Comissiong speaking at a ceremony to unveil six Caribbean wax figures at the Caribbean Wax Museum yesterday. Figures (left to right) – Calypso Rose of Trinidad and Tobago; Sir Shridath Ramphal of Guyana; Sir Arthur Lewis of St...

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CARICOM Day Celebrated With Unveiling Of Wax Figures

From left to right: statues of Calypso Rose and Sir Shridath Ramphal; Barbados' CARICOM Youth Ambassador, Meghan Theobalds; Dr. Nicole Moore-Clarke of the Guyanese Association of Barbados; Suaz Blair of the Jamaica Association of Barbados; Dr. George Brathwaite of the...

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Fiscal Space Vital For Regional Economies To Survive

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Dr. Jerome Walcott. (FP) Fiscal space for small island developing economies is crucial to the size and scale of the adaptation necessary to ensure their future existence. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign...

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Call For More Dialogue & Assistance From U.S.

(Stock Photo) CARICOM’s Council of Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR) has called on the United States of America (USA) to provide more financial and technical assistance, and to have open and frank dialogue on a number of issues. During a recent virtual...

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Contact Us Today

H.E. Mr. David Comissiong
Ambassador to CARICOM
Email: dcomissiong@foreign.gov.bb
CARICOM Youth Ambassadors
Tirshatha Jeffrey
Chad Monerville
cya@barbados.gov.bb