Caribbean Report 31-10-2001

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Caribbean Report 31-10-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 31-10-2001
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Williams, Colin (correspondent); Bush, George W. (interviewee); Niles, Bertram (anchor); Maharaj, Ramesh (interviewee); Osborne, John (interviewee); Meade, Ben (correspondent); Joseph, Emma (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Kingston prediction that some Vincentian-based offshore banks will call it quits. Acting Offshore Finance Inspector Colin Williams is interviewed (00:28-04:14)
3. Figures released in the United States show that the world's biggest economy shrank at an annual rate of .41% over the three months to September. It is the first time that the American economy has experienced negative growth in eight years and represents further bad news for Caribbean economies that are dependent on the United States. President George W. Bush is interviewed (04:15-05:14)
4. In Barbados, government and opposition have clashed over the US$50 million emergency economic package. Bertrand Niles reports (05:15-06:53)
5. Trinidad and Tobago's Election Commission attempts to mediate between the warring United Nation Congress fractions. Former Attorney General Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj is interviewed. (06:54-08:05)
6. What British citizenship will mean for Montserratians? Also, still in Montserrat, the authorities there are all thinking of opening up more areas of the coastline to fishermen. Chief Minister John Osborne and Government Backbencher Claude Hogan are interviewed and Ben Meade reports (08:09-12:37)
7. West Indies Cricket Team arrive in Sri Lanka tomorrow. In football, Dwight Yorke is on the subs bench for Manchester United Zero European Champion League. Emma Joseph reports (12:38-15:27)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/44437
Date: 2001-10-31


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