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RNM Studies

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folder icon 2 Costs and Benefits
Costs and Benefits of Regional Negotiating Machinery Strategies in the Caribbean by Professor David Greenaway and Professor Chris Milner
folder icon 2 Improving Competitiveness
Improving Competitiveness for Caribbean Developmen
folder icon 2 Trade and Economic Relations
Trade and Economic Relations Between the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Central American Common Market (CACM) by Shelton Nicholls.
folder icon 3 CARICOM Interests
CARICOM Interests in Relation to Biodiversity and Intellectual Property Rights in the Context of FTAA Negotiations by Paolo Bifani.

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file icon Policy Implications of Smallnesshot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 6738 )
Policy Implications of Smallness as a Factor in the LOM
The Scope of a Multilateral Agreement on Trade Facilitation in Interest of Caribbean Countries by Karen Adair
file icon Joint Ventures hot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 6196 )
Proposals for a Regional Joint Bidding Mechanism, and Joint Bonding Facility by Garth Taylor.
file icon Implications of EU Enlargement Paperhot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 4571 )
Implications of European Union Enlargement for CARICOM Countries by Professor David Greenaway and Professor Chris Milner.
file icon European Market Surveyhot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 4458 )
Market Survey for Organic Foods from CARICOM Countries in Selected European Countries (United Kingdom, France, Germany) by Earle C. Baccus.
file icon EBA Studyhot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 4265 )
The EU's
file icon Challenges for Policy Researchhot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 6671 )
Trade and Employment - Challenges for Policy Research: A joint study of the International Labour Office (ILO) and the Secretariat of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is now available
file icon Aid For Trade Studyhot! (09/23/2008 ) (Hits: 6204 )
A Caribbean Perspective by Dr. Elizabeth Parsan