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Barbados and CARICOM

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Barbados and CARICOM

The nation of Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) of which Barbados was also a member. The incoming representative of Barbados to CARICOM is Robert Bobby Morris, who will replace Dennis Kellman on 1 December 2011.

Within the CARICOM quasi-cabinet, the Barbadian Caribbean one-Single Market and Economy.

Several organisations of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) organisation are physically based in Barbados including:

Barbados also maintains a Cabinet level position to the Caribbean Community.

For its own purposes the CARICOM organisation classifies its members as either More Developed Countries or Less developed countries. Barbados is classified as fitting into More Developed Country (MDC) range. As such, Barbados is a large stake holder in the CARICOM Regional Development Fund for other CARICOM member states to borrow.


The seat of Barbadian non-resident accreditation to the other countries of CARICOM is from Bridgetown, and is the same for all members. No members of CARICOM currently maintain resident accreditation to Bridgetown, Barbados. The accreditation to Barbados is the following:

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