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We’re 45 today!

Happy 45th anniversary! Happy CARICOM Day! CARICOM Day is celebrated on 4 July. On 4 July, 1973, four CARICOM Heads of Government affixed their signatures to the Treaty of Chaguaramas. The Hon. Errol Barrow, Prime Minister of…

Opinion: Stronger together

(Guyana Chronicle Editorial, 2 July, 2018) TODAY, Guyana joins the wider Caribbean family in celebration of CARICOM Day. It was indeed a most significant development, coming as it did just over a decade after the demise of the West Indies…

CARICOM Day Greetings, Guyana!

CARICOM Day is celebrated on 4 July, a day set aside to commemorate all things CARICOM. Guyana observes the day with a national holiday on the first Monday in July. In observance of the day, and as a prelude to the upcoming 39th…

Guyana bank observes CARICOM Day

The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) observed CARICOM Day with an exhibition held at the Bank's headquarters in Georgetown, Guyana, from 27-29 June. The exhibition featured a display by the CARICOM Secretariat. CARICOM Day…

Happy CARICOM Day!

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) comprises 15 Member States and five Associate Members. At the Eighth Heads of Government Conference of the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) held in April 1973 in Georgetown, Guyana, the…