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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is to press forward with its implementation of the European Union Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), with an impending meeting expected to discuss the deal's intricacies.
The inaugural meeting of the Trade and Development Committee, set up to aid the passage of the EPA, is to be held from June 9-10. In addition, it will be preceded by a Preparatory CARIFORUM Session, scheduled for June 8.
The Committee is designed to provide for the supervision of, and has responsibility for, the implementation and proper application of the provisions of the Agreement.
The agenda is expected to include:
Commenting on the upcoming meeting, the Head of the EPA Implementation Unit at CARICOM, Branford Isaacs said it was a "momentous occasion".
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