CARICOM Prime Ministers address ‘The Caribbean Dilemma’

Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. the Hon Keith Mitchell (second right) and Prime Minister of Saint  Lucia, the Hon Allen Chastanet (right)
Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. the Hon Keith Mitchell (second right) and Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, the Hon Allen Chastanet (right) during the discussion on Thursday

Two Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Prime Ministers – Dr. the Right Hon. Keith Mitchell of Grenada and the Hon. Allen Chastanet of Saint Lucia – are currently in the USA, participating in a discourse titled ‘The Caribbean Dilemma’. The discussion is organised by the Miami Herald and presented by the World Bank.

The Conference brings together executives and top government leaders from around the Caribbean to discuss how to cushion Caribbean Basin economies from volatility in economic growth, the Miami Herald said.

The media house said that the forum also bring together panels of economists and business and financial leaders to discuss strategies for long-term growth, how small economies could “become more nimble in meeting external challenges, and efforts to strengthen fiscal and financial policies so Eastern Caribbean States aren’t so vulnerable to swings in trade, foreign investment and interest rates.”

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