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Caricom

or CARICOM

[ kar-i-kom, kair- ]
/ ˈkær ɪˌkɒm, ˈkɛər- /
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noun
an economic association formed in 1974 by ten Caribbean nations.
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Origin of Caricom

Cari(bbean)com(munity)
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British Dictionary definitions for Caricom

CARICOM
/ (ˈkærɪˌkɒm) /

n acronym for
Caribbean Community and Common Market
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