|Caribbean Common Market|
Formed in 1973, the Caribbean Common Market included at the outset twelve member states: Belize and Guyana on the Arnerican mainland and Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, St Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla, St Lucia, St Vincent and Trinidad/Tobago in the Caribbean. The Community has a secretariat in Georgetown, Guyana. The common market has an agreed common external import tariffs. The member states also have policies for cooperation in health and education, agriculture and transport.
|Reference: The Penguin Dictionary of Economics, 3rd edt.|