(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago have signed an agreement aimed at providing companies with a transparent and predictable means of addressing export challenges between both countries.
Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina Johnson Smith says the memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a Trade Complaints Mechanism was signed yesterday in Trinidad and Tobago.
“We have been working for some time to address non-tariff barriers and this mechanism concretises our commitment. We look forward to working [with] private sector organisations to sensitise individuals and companies about the new and improved processes to address concerns,” Johnson Smith stated on Twitter.
Johnson Smith said the bilateral agreement will complement CARICOM Single Market and Economy arrangements.