Caribbean Report 25-01-1991

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Caribbean Report 25-01-1991

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Title: Caribbean Report 25-01-1991
Author: Croskill, Hugh (anchor); Baptiste, Sandra (correspondent); Bennendijk, Chandra van (correspondent); Tadwah, Jean Michel (correspondent); Montagne, Michele (correspondent); Sahadeo, Basdeo (interviewee); Rollingson, Neil (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00- 00:42)
2. The Muslim Association of Suriname will lead a protest demonstration in Paramaribo against the bombing of Iraq. It is urging the government to speak out on the killings and encourage the US to sort its differences through consultation instead of destroying lives. (00:43-02:44)
3. The signing of an agreement between the Dominican Republic and the IMF could be delayed because of the war in the gulf (02:45-04:07)
4. Radio call-in programmes in Haiti are receiving more interest in the war and there is little interest on the recent coupé d'état that had taken place (04:08-5:46)
5. Although CARICOM countries are receiving criticisms for their stance in supporting the war in the Gulf, The Foreign Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Sahadeo Basdeo believes that CARICOM’s decision was a principled one (05:47-11:34)
6. In Trinidad and Tobago, the worry is not about the war in the Gulf, but more on whether the war will hamper the Carnival. On the impact of the war on the country’s economy, Economist, Neil Rolingson, thinks that the country needs to grown its economy differently by increasing its foreign direct investment (11:35-14:09)
7. Hugh Croskill’s summary report (14:10-15:00)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12270
Date: 1991-01-25


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