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"Bridges To Unity"
video on the
OECS Economic Union
Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV

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The ECCU Heads of Governments, the ECCB Monetary Council and the OECS Economic Union Task Force held a regional interactive discussion with the public via videoconference on Thursday, 23 July 2009 at 8:00 pm.

The videoconference which lasted over two hours addressed:
(i) The OECS Economic Union, and
(ii) The ECCU Eight Point Stabilisation and Growth Programme.

This was an historic conference as it was the first time that a regional public discussion with top government officials and other leaders had been organised to advance the economic agenda of the region. Additionally, the economy and the way forward for the countries of the OECS are on everybody’s mind and as such a discussion of this magnitude is not only timely but also necessary.

Following the presentations, the public was given the opportunity to engage the officials with questions and comments on the issues arising from the presentations either via face to face in the case of the studio audiences or via internet or text messages.


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OPENING REMARKS
AND
KEY NOTE SPEAKER

Sir K Dwight Venner
Chairman, OECS Economic Union Task Force

Hon. Ralph Gonsalves
Chairman, OECS Coordinating Committee

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DISCUSSION
ON
THE OECS
ECONOMIC UNION

 
The Hon. Stephenson King
Prime Minister, Saint Lucia
  Dr the Hon. Lowell Lewis
Chairman, OECS Authority
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Dr the Hon. Denzil Douglas
Prime Minister,
St Kitts and Nevis
 

The Hon. Tillman Thomas
Prime Minister, Grenada

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  Mr Randolph Cato
Director, Economic Affairs Division,
OECS Secretariat
   
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DISCUSSION ON ECCU EIGHT POINT STABILISATION AND GROWTH PROGRAMME
The Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit
Chairman,
ECCB Monetary Council
The Hon. Baldwin Spencer
Prime Minister,
Antigua and Barbuda
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The Hon. Victor F. Banks
Minister of Finance,
Anguilla

 
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