A Trade union programme for the structural transformation of the Caribbean: ICFTU/CCL Conference and Special Session of the General Council, BWU Labour College, Barbados, 9-11 April 1986
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THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
A TRADE UNION PROGRAMME
Financial Facilities of the IMF and their Conditionality
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achieve ACP countries agree agreement agricultural assistance Bahamas balance of payments Barbados Barbados Workers bauxite Belize capital Caribbean countries Caribbean Development Caribbean Development Bank Caribbean region Caribbean trade union CARICOM cent of GDP collective bargaining Common Market competitive cooperation current account debt deficit developing countries Development Bank domestic Dominica economic policy efforts employers employment ensure entrepreneurship exchange rate export external finance fiscal foreign exchange earnings FREE TRADE UNIONS Grenada growth Guyana Heads of Government ICFTU implementation imports improved income increased inflation institutions interest rates intra-regional trade investment Jamaica labour living standards Lome Convention Lucia major manufacturing Member ment Nassau Understanding Netherlands Antilles OECS Organisation priority problems production programme promotion public sector recognise reduce regional integration role skills strategy strengthen structural adjustment sugar Suriname tion tourism Trinidad and Tobago tripartite wages World Bank