Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC)
Comité pour le développement et la coopération des Caraïbes (CDCC)
Comité para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación del Caribe (CDCC)
1975-11 Port-of-Spain Trinidad-Tobago
Nov 1975, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad-Tobago), at the 16th session of E-XE4175 - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), as a permanent subsidiary body. Ceased to exist, prior to 2011.
Deepen the understanding of the development challenges facing the Caribbean and contribute to solutions by conducting research and analysis and providing sound policy advice and technical assistance to Caribbean governments with a focus on growth with equity and an appreciation of the region's vulnerability.
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