How viable is a single Caribbean currency?

According to this article published on Friday 27 October by The Jamaica Observer, the call for a single Caribbean currency is once again in vogue and questions about the political will to implement it are being raised.

"The fact of the matter is Jamaica has a liberalised system with a flexible exchange rate and many of the other islands have a fixed exchange rate with no monetary policies," it says.

"Remember that the exchange rate of a country's currency is in some ways a report card on the

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