Caribbean Report 12-02-1993

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Caribbean Report 12-02-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 12-02-1993
Author: Rowe, Yvette (anchor); Islam, Shada (correspondent); Compton, John (interviewee); Wade, John (correspondent); Todd, Graham (interviewee); Williams, Eddie (correspondent); Little, Cheryl (interviewee)
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Headlines with anchor Yvette Rowe (00:00 - 00:31).
1. The EC plan for new banana import controls from Europe in July seems in danger of being unraveled (00:32 - 06:38).
2. The Caribbean is now regarded as the world’s prime cruise sector (06:39 -08:15).
3. The Dutch government will take over the handling of the island of St. Maarten. The Dutch government described the island as a centre of corruption of drug smuggling – “crime racked and unruly.” (08:16-11:02).
4. HIV infected Haitians continue their hunger strike in Guantanamo bay in Cuba, despite President Clinton’s decision to lift the ban on people infected with AIDS traveling to the US (11:03 –13:56).
5. Trade Unions in Trinidad and Tobago were protesting their dissatisfaction over talks with the government, and are threatening to shut down public utilities if the government persists with its retrenchment plan (13:57 -14:46).
1. The EC plan for new banana import controls from Europe in July seems in danger of being unraveled (00:32 - 06:38).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/12797
Date: 1993-02-12


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