Caribbean Report 02-02-1993

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Caribbean Report 02-02-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 02-02-1993
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Jarvis, Mike (correspondent); Dodwell, David (interviewee); Caputo, Dante (interviewee); Morris, Robert Bobby (interviewee); Jarvis, Mike (correspondent); Baptiste, Sandra (correspondent); Rotberg, Robert I. (interviewee); Spock, Benjamin McLane (interviewee); Core, David (interviewee); Smith, Wayne (interviewee); Osborne, John (interviewee); Tuitt, Noel (interviewee)
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Headlines with anchor Debbie Ransome (00:00-00:33)
1. The Caribbean and other developing countries have been increasingly marginalized by foreign investors. A report from the OECD states that there was a fall from 25% - 19% in the past ten years (00:34-03:41)
2. UN envoy Dante Caputo received a less than warm welcome into Haiti by anti Aristride supporters (03:42-07:25)
3. There is mounting speculation in Barbados that the British company Booker Tate could take over the country’s problem plagued sugar industry (07:26-09:55)
4. World renowned pediatrician - Dr. Benjamin McLane Spock has joined a campaign aimed at getting the 30 year US Trade embargo against Cuba lifted (09:56-14:29)
5. Former Montserrat Chief Minister - John Osborne and his Agriculture Minister Noel Tuitt were acquitted of corruption charges in the local High Court (14:30-15:03)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12720
Date: 1993-02-02


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