The economic future of the Caribbean

Author(s): Worrell, DeLisle (1994)

Created 18 Jul, 1994
Categories Working Papers Delisle Worrell
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"This paper addresses a few issues regarding the economic future of the Caribbean. It discusses the Caribbean and its inescapable bond with the United States. It suggests that there is some influence on the role we play in ""greater America"" but this influence depends on the clarity of vision, the self-confidence that is demonstrated and how well the Caribbean people inform themselves. It suggests that Governments and private firms need to spend more time and money providing themselves with information for strategic decisions and for successful international treaty negotiations. It also suggests that there is hope, and that the future of the Caribbean falls well short of its potential. (An address to the 6th Annual Private Sector Conference held in Guadeloupe, June 28-29, 1994)"

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