Concerns over T&T upholding the Revised Treaty of Chaguramas

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The Council of Ministers of Caribbean Community (Caricom) raised concerns, during its recently held 39th Meeting, over Trinidad & Tobago upholding the Revised Treaty of Chaguramas.
According to reports, Trinidad’s treatment towards shipments of honey coming out of other Caricom member states present barriers to trade.
Antigua & Barbuda’s Ambassador to Caricom, Dr Clarence Henry said the trading of honey from Grenada through Trinidad & Tobago has been an ongoing issue that has been brought to the attention of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) several times.
“Over the past several years, maybe the past four years or so, there has been an issue confronting or being placed on the agenda of COTED meetings and its focused attention is on exporting honey from Grenada into and through Trinidad & Tobago.
The COTED agreed on many occasions that Trinidad & Tobago ought to allow the shipment and transport of honey through and into Trinidad & Tobago,” Dr Clarence Henry said in an OBSERVER media interview.
(More in today’s Daily Observer)

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