When the Caribbean Export Development Agency held their 26th board meeting in Antigua recently, it was unanimously agreed that Pamela Coke-Hamilton will continue for another two years as the Executive Director of Caribbean Export, based in Barbados.
The board reviewed the implementation of second year work programme of 10th EDF (January – August 2012) and Deputy Executive Director for Caribbean Export, Escipion Oliveira, presented the key terms of the Haiti-Dominican Republic Bi-National Agreement that was signed in September 2012.
Other presentations made to the board included the new monitoring and evaluation process that is to be implemented along with a report on the London Engage Initiative by Chief Operating Officer, Anthony Bradshaw.
Coke-Hamilton concluded with a presentation on the Regional Private Sector Programme and the conclusions of the first meeting of the 10th EDF Steering Committee.
New introductions to the board included Dirk Heave, Deputy Director, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Suriname and Titus Preville, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Business Development and Consumer.
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