Caribbean Report 08-02-1993

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Caribbean Report 08-02-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 08-02-1993
Author: Jagan, Cheddi Berret (interviewee); Holford, David (interviewee); Brathwaite, Nicholas (interviewee); Persaud, Yesu (interviewee); Hunt, Conrad (interviewee); Rowe, Yvette (anchor); Norton, Michael (correspondent); Eckert, Timothy (correspondent); Bhola, Ronnie (correspondent); Johnson, Andy (correspondent)
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Headlines with anchor Yvette Roe (00:00-00:32).
1. At the opening of a two day conference in Georgetown, Dr. Yesu Persaud Co-Chairman Guyana’s Private Sector Commission makes strong criticism about the region’s private sector being left out of trading negations (00:33-02:48).
2. The West Indies team has gotten a chance to view both white and black South Africa during its first official tour and charity match there (02:49 -06:38).
3. Tougher sanctions are on the way for Haiti from the US and Canada to bring about a return to democracy, after failed diplomacy attempts by US Envoy Dante Caputo (06:38 -09:22).
4. 300 public workers in Grenada are scheduled to be retrenched by mid-year by Prime Minister’s Nicholas Brathwaite administration (09:23-12:20).
5. The Manning administration faces massive trade union protest. It was undoubtedly the strongest worker force and solidarity that Trinidad and Tobago has seen since after the first 90 days of the ANR Robinson administration which began to feel the effect of unpopularity which eventually drove it from office in 1991 (12:21-14 :39).
6. Popular Guyanese born singer - Eddie Grant travelled to London for medical tests (14:39 -15:02).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12787
Date: 1993-02-08


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