Reprinted from the Jamaica Gleaner
A week ago, Prime Minister Bruce Golding hosted two of his fellow Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders, Trinidad and Tobago's Patrick Manning, and Guyana's Bharrat Jagdeo, to discuss a regional response to the global economic crisis.
Messrs Golding, Manning and Jagdeo may still be polishing up ideas, or have presented to the community a full menu of strategies for jointly tackling the recession. But in so far as the public is aware, the leaders emerged from last Monday's summit without a single proposal. Read full article
August 9th, 2009