CARICOM nationals will now have more efficient access to the provisions of the CARICOM Single Market due to a recently concluded training exercise.
Close to 300 public administrators and officials across the region have been trained in a new data management and work flow system that will make application processes under the CSME much smoother.
The training initiative, a major component of the CARICOM Trade and Competitiveness Project (CTCP) funded by the Government of Canada, commenced last November and wrapped up in early March 2015. It covered CARICOM Member States from Antigua and Barbuda in the north right through to Suriname and Guyana in the south of the region.
View Press Release: PR432015 Making Strides toward Improved CSME Access for CARICOM Nationals