Caribbean Report 21-01-1993

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Caribbean Report 21-01-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 21-01-1993
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Stern, Patrick (interviewee); Barrett, Ray (interviewee); Hall, Wesley Winfield (interviewee); Baptiste, Sandra (correspondent); Bernal, Richard (interviewee); Bertrand, Ian (interviewee); Wellnitz, Frank (interviewee); Cozier, Tony (correspondent); Gray, Michael (interviewee)
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Headlines with anchor Debbie Ransome – (00:00-00:28).
1. Jamaica’s Air Traffic Controllers return to work after agreeing to abide by an order by the country’s Industrial Dispute Tribunal, but the tourism authorities there seek to repair the damage done by the strike in which more than 60 Air Traffic Controllers walked off the job over a pay dispute with government - (00:29-05:02).
2. Barbados is concerned about the future of air access from Sweden and Canada provided by BWIA - the Trinidad airline plans to suspend the Barbados to Stockholm route with possible changes on flights to Toronto – (05:03 -06:50).
3. Caribbean diplomats in D.C. have been trying to get the region’s agenda before President Bill Clinton’s transition team regarding the NAFTA and an enhanced Caribbean Basin Initiative – (06:51-10:22).
4. Caribbean and other countries which offer “flags of convenience” to the shipping industry are being brought into the spotlight to defend the integrity of the service they offer. This comes in the wake of the recent disaster in Britain’s Shetland islands involving a Liberian registered tanker - (10:23 -13:30).
5. The West Indies go into the 4th Test against Australia this Saturday bolstered by their recent victory in the World Series Cup - (13:31-14:54).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12705
Date: 1993-01-21


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