Caribbean Report 07-01-1993

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Caribbean Report 07-01-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 07-01-1993
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Weatherhead, Clyde (interviewee); Allen, Gary (correspondent); O'Neil, Bill (interviewee); Rowe, Yvette (interviewee); Blanco, Herman (interviewee); Simmons, David (interviewee); Baptiste, Sandra (correspondent)
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One of Trinidad and Tobago’s unions responds to Prime Minister Manning’s warning against militancy (00:30- 03:45). The opposition Jamaican Labour Party continues to be dogged by public perception of remaining risks within the party some two years after the now famous gang of five issue with speculation running high in Jamaica over the possibility of snap elections - Gary Allen investigates (03:46-05:38). US human rights officials say that Bill Clinton needs to deal with the cause of Haiti’s crisis not just the symptoms, correspondent Debbie Ransome interviews Bill O’Neil (05:39-08:43). In the face of severe economic constraints the Cuban government has embarked on an ambitious marketing drive targeting both traditional and non-traditional markets, using the hard sell in its international envious medical services – Yvette Rowe interviews Herman Blanco, Cuban Ambassador (08:44-10:43). The Barbados government responds to its privatization critics, and is proceeding with the sale of Government shares in several state corporations. Privatization of the state transportation system is also being considered in order to clear the debts of several of the enterprises - correspondent Sandra Baptiste interviews David Simmons, Barbados Junior Finance Minister (10:44-14:07). Voters go to the poles in Aruba tomorrow to elect a new 21 member parliament (14:08-15:06).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12194
Date: 1993-01-07


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