Bilateral and Multilateral Co-operation
The country has good bilateral relations, maintained through embassies, with many countries, including Spain, the United States, Canada, Brazil, the United Kingdom and others. The Spanish Government, in a state visit in 2009, commented that the development model for the petrochemical sector is exemplary and wants to promote the model throughout Latin America to establish business partnerships in the energy sector. Trinidad and Tobago entered into a bilateral investment treaty with the United States, as early as 1996. It also entered into a free trade agreement with Canada in the same year. The country is part of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), which seeks to establish all its members as being part of a viable, internationally competitive and sustainable community.
|Bilateral and Multilateral Co-operation organisations in Trinidad and Tobago|
|Food & Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations||
|Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS||