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What does CHOG stand for?

CHOG stands for CARICOM (Caribbean Community) Heads of Government (Caribbean government leaders)

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According to him, arising from the meeting, the eight CARICOM countries represented decided in principle to work together to complete a renewable energy assessment within the region,"examine the possibilities of harmonising regulations and legislative framework for renewables, which will allow all investors to invest within the region in complement, not competition", and they agreed to carry out work with regulators on renewable energy initiatives.
He reiterated the demand by all CARICOM countries that Washington end this unilateral policy that has caused economic losses to Cuba to the tune of $975 billion.
CARICOM Chair and Jamaica's Prime Minister Bruce Golding to Lead Trade and Development Discussions MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, July 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Leaders from around the Caribbean region began a series of high level meetings today as the 31st annual meeting of CARICOM kicks off in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
To facilitate the SDS, CARICOM established the CARICOM Special Visa and the CARICOM passport.
A CARICOM meeting in Surinam decided to press ahead with its launch anyway, even though its role will vary amongst member states.