Trade Agreements

Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas

The Treaty of Chaguaramas which established the Caribbean Community including the Caribbean Common Market was signed by Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago on 4th July, 1973, in Chaguaramas, Trinidad and Tobago. When the Heads of Government made the decision to transform the Common Market into a single market and economy, it was also decided that for the transformation to take place, the Treaty would have to be revised.

November 2001 | CARICOM

Agreement Between CARICOM And The Government Of The Republic Of Venezuela

The CARICOM-Venezuela Trade and Investment Agreement was signed in October 1992 and became effective on 1 January 1993.  The Agreement is a one-way preferential agreement concluded under the facility for non-reciprocal partial scope agreements available to members of the Latin American Integration Association (LAIA).

October 1992 | CARICOM