Caribbean Report 30-10-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 30-10-2001
Author: Weir, Karen (anchor); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Cayenne, Howard (interviewee); Gibbons, Grant (interviewee); Niles, Bertram (anchor); Banks, Victor (interviewee); Walker, Andrew (correspondent); Joseph, Emma (correspondent); Pronk, Jan (interviewee); Smith, Cammie (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-0:28)
2. Trinidad's warring governing party factions fight for the right to own the United National Congress name and symbol. Chief Election Officer Howard Cayenne is interviewed and Tony Fraser reports (00:29-03:11)
3. Bermuda's newly elected Opposition leader puts his credentials on the table. Businessman Dr. Grant Gibbons is interviewed (03:12-05:11)
4. In Barbados, the Opposition Democratic Labour Party continues to be in turmoil. Party leader David Thompson quit last month. Bertrand Niles reports (05:12-06:48)
7. Delegates from the Caribbean and the rest of the world are attending a new round of talks on climate change in the Southern Morocco City of Murrakech. Dutch Energy Minister Jan Pronk is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (10:57-11:57)
8. Leading cricket referee Cammie Smith says that the Windies would be safe in Sri Lanka. Cricket Referee Cammie Smith is interviewed (11:58-15:23)
5. Anguilla's Finance Minister Victor Banks says that despite the economic fallout in the tourism sector post September 11, 2001 member countries of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States are well placed to weather the storm. Finance Minister Victor Banks is interviewed (06:49-09:39) l
6. Senior delegates from the World Trade Organisation member countries are to meet in Geneva on Wednesday. Developing countries including those in the Caribbean says tht their interest should be fairly represented there. Andrew Walker reports (09:40-10:56)
7. Delegates from the Caribbean and the rest of the world are attending a new round of talks on climate change in the Southern Morocco City of Murrakech. Dutch Energy Minister Jan Pronk is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (10:57-11:57)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/44436
Date: 2001-10-30


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