Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Guiana are overseas departments of France, so they are not able to form a mean.
Full French citizenship and social welfare benefits are included in economic cooperation.
The Caribbean began to exper forces in the 1960s, as well as groups within Haiti that had iment with regional trade associations as a means to formed along racial lines.
The island's improve its economic competitiveness during this conflict.
The goals of population were cut in half by casualties and emigration, while ulti regional cooperation were to improve employment rates.
This jewel of the French Caribbean's nomic dependence was not allowed by independence.
The English Carib want to prosper.
Plantation America was horrified as Haitian bean took the lead.
In 1963, slaves used guerrilla tactics.
Fearing that other colonies might follow Haiti's lead, plantation own bados and Antigua proposed an economic integration plan with Bar.
The representation of the eration.
Slowed by economic and political problems, the former English colonies of CARICOM never fully accepted the regional industrialization plan and the creation of the Caribbean Development Bank to assist the poorer.
The University of the West Indies has campuses in Trinidad, Jamaica, and Barbados.
In the Greater Antilles, the Dominican Republic is an important part of this trade group as it gained independence in 1844 after taking control of bol of collective identity.
The Turks and Caicos, Anguilla, and the Cayman states emerged from the English Caribbean.
The larger Islands and the British Virgin Islands are associate mem colonies.
As CARICOM's membership grows, so does its services.
In 2005, CARICOM passports began to be issued to facilitate followed throughout the 1970s and early 1980s.
Efforts to create a uni the only Dutch colony on the rimland have been challenging.
The dream of regional integration as a way to produce Present-Day Colonies Britain still maintains several a more stable, self-sufficient Caribbean has never been realcrown colonies in the region.
A scholar of the region believes that a factor limits Turks and Caicos.
Islanders tend to keep their backs to the sea, oblivious to only 11 percent of its export earnings, and today it is less the needs of neighbors.
35 years later sugar earned less than 20 percent outside the region, yet economic necessity dictates engagement with partners sugar.
It became a necessity for European and North American laborers in the 17th century.
It made jams that were a popular spread for bread.
It made the meager and bland diet of ordinary people better.
Economic and Social Development: duced a popular intoxicant.
It's hard to imagine a day in the life of a rum drinker in the 1800s.
Although poor by the U.S., the Caribbean peoples are economically better off than most of Africa, South Asia, and even China.
Sugarcane is still grown throughout the region despite the fact that it has been stagnant in the Caribbean.
Its economic impor tion, health, and life expectancy are significant.
The world's major industries are the Caribbean and Brazil.
Cuba accounted for assembly plants until 1990.
The country earned 80 percent of its foreign exchange in North America and Europe through sugar production, which made these industries grow.
Cuba's policies that created a nearly tax-free environment in sugar exports had more to do with its subsidized and ment for foreign-owned companies.
Growth guaranteed markets in eastern Europe and the Soviet in these sectors don't always employ all of the displaced Union.
The value of the Cuban sugar harvest has plummeted due to the lure of jobs outside the region.
Farming used to dominate the economic life of the ities in the Caribbean.
Banana exports have been hurt by decades of turbulent commodity prices and the decline of preferential trade agreements with the European Union.
Cuba and the Dominican ity have a long tradition of using tobacco.
There is no Republic because the soils are too busy.
Specialty production in nontradi frontiers can expand production, except for export commodities such as flowers or spices.
Marijuana is grown for local consumption and wages and profits are low because agricultural prices have not kept up with rising production costs.
The shift away from monocrop dependence was achieved in Puerto Rico in the 1950s.
It was copied throughout the region in 1955.
The labor market that ranges between 0 and 1 is reflected in the 3 gender inequality index.
Some of the fastest growing economies are in the Caribbean.