Economic Partnership Agreement between the CARIFORUM States, of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States.
Trade Agreements under CARICOM
The CARICOM-Costa Rica bilateral agreement which was initialled on March 15, 2003 is the most recent bilateral agreement between CARICOM and a third country within the Central Americas.
March 2004 | CARICOM
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
The CARICOM-Dominican Republic was entered into force in December 2001 and is based on reciprocity with the five CARICOM MDCs and non-reciprocity with the LDCs until the year 2005.
October 2001 | CARICOM
Protocol Implementing The Agreement Establishing The Free Trade Area Between The Caribbean Community
Protocol Implementing The Agreement Establishing The Free Trade Area Between The Caribbean Community And The Dominican Republic.
January 2001 | CARICOM
The CARICOM/Cuba Agreement is a partial scope agreement that was signed on July 5, 2000.
July 2000 | CARICOM
The first Bilateral Agreement between CARICOM and Columbia was secured in July 1994 and began as a non-reciprocal agreement with provision for a level of reciprocity to Colombia after a period of four years.
July 1994 | CARICOM
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