Caribbean Report 13-01-1992

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Caribbean Report 13-01-1992

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Title: Caribbean Report 13-01-1992
Author: Garth, Leslie (anchor); Martin, Lionel (correspondent); McNamara, Robert (interviewee); Norton, Michael (correspondent); Tony, Fraser (correspondent); Benson, Howard (correspondent); Compton, John (interviewee); Hall, Marshall (interviewee); Manley, Michael (interviewee); Ramphal, Shridath (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:47)
2. Report on the death sentence of three Cuban exiles (00:48-01:09)
3. Lionel Martin reports from Havana (01:10-03-49)
4. Report on the ending of a conference on the 1962 Cuban missile crisis and the view of Robert McNamara, the US defence secretary during the missile crisis, that United States-Cuban relations will improve (03:50-04-18)
5. Airing of views of Robert McNamara (04:19-05:13)
6. Report on the Cuban's delegation views that there was a need for caution in their relation with the United States (05:14-05:30)
7. Report on the reconvening of Haiti's National Assembly and the views of some on the possible return of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide (05:31-05:53)
8. Michael Norton reports from Port-au-Prince (05:54-07:47)
9. Report on the announcement by the Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister, Patrick Manning of the pending 1992 budget statement at the opening of a new session of Parliament (07:48-08:14)
10. Tony Fraser reports on preparations by the Trinidad and Tobago Finance Minister for the 1992 budget statement (08:15-09:32)
11. Report on the lack of attendance by former National Alliance for Reconstruction (NAR) members on the opening of a new session of the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament (09:33-09:44)
12. Report on meeting of Caribbean and Central American banana producing countries (09:45-10:02)
13. Howard Benson reports from Belize on the banana trade issue (10:03-10:42)
14. Airing of views of the St. Lucian Prime Minister, John Compton on the tariff issue and the banana trade (10:43-11:03)
15. Howard Benson continues report (11:04-11:10)
16. Marshall Hall, Managing Director of the Jamaica Banana Producers Association expresses his views on the banana trade in the Caribbean (11:11-11:49)
17. Report on views by Sir Shridath Ramphal, chairman of the West Indian Commission (11:50-12:15)
18. Sir Shridath Ramphal speaks on regional integration (12:16-13:02)
19. Report on a broadcast by the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Michael Manley's views on the prospects for 1992 (13:03-13:21)
20. Airing of broadcast by Michael Manley (13:22-13:45)
21. Reports on and airs views of callers of a Jamaican radio programme on Manley's 1992 plan of increased salaries for Members of Parliament (13:46-14:11)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11514
Date: 1992-01-13


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