Caribbean Report 06-01-1992

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Caribbean Report 06-01-1992

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Title: Caribbean Report 06-01-1992
Author: Manley, Michael (interviewee); Meeks, Brian (interviewee); Bazon, Daniel (interviewee); Blades, Hayden (interviewee); Bamford, Sue (correspondent); Van Bromble, Joaquim (interviewee); Williams, Collin (correspondent); Connell, Arthur (interviewee); Crosskill, Hugh (anchor)
Description:
1. Headline news (00:00-00:33)
2. Report on a new committe established by the Jamaican Prime Minister (00:34-00:52)
3. Interview with Jamaican Prime Minister, Michael Manley (00:53-01:42)
4. Interview with Brian Meeks, lecturer in government at the University of the West Indies, Mona (01:43-05:42)
5. Report on the call for the removal of the International Trade embargo against Haiti (05:43-06:13)
6. Professor Daniel Bazon speak on Haiti's trade embargo (06:14-07:27)
7. Report on the threat of a military coup in Suriname (07:28-08:22)
8. Report on views expressed by Hayden Blades, Director of Trade and Agriculture at the CARICOM secretariat (08:23-09:05)
9. Speech by Hayden Blades, Director of Trade and Agriculture at the export development seminar in Trinidad (09:06-10:26)
10. Report on Cuba's tourism thrust as an avenue for economic development (10:27-10:52)
11. Sue Bamford interviews Joaquim Van Bromble, UNDP's resident representative on Cuba's tourism thrust (10:53-13:07)
12. Report on the collapse of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Chamber of Commerce (13:08-13:26)
13. Collin Williams reports from Kingston (13:27-13:56)
14. Interview with the Arthur Connell, former President of the St. Vincent and the Greandines Chamber of Commerce (13:57-14:26)
15. Collin Williams continues report from Kingston (14:27-14:38)
16. Hugh Crosskill closes report (14:39-14:47)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11469
Date: 1992-01-06


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