Caribbean Report 16-10-1992

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Caribbean Report 16-10-1992

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Title: Caribbean Report 16-10-1992
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Manning, Patrick (speaker); Thompson, Pat (speaker); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Compton, John (interviewee); Crosskill, Hugh (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Patrick Manning warns that there could be a breaking of ranks over the Common External Tariff (CET) when CARICOM leaders meet later this month. Pat Thompson, Head of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce, believes CARICOM is heading for a very complicated CET. (00:27-02:49)
3. Tony Fraser reports on the CARICOM Council of Ministers Meeting where OEC States have been bargaining for exemption from some CET arrangements. (02:50-04:49)
4. St. Lucia’s Prime Minister John Compton in highlighting the Windward Islands’ position at a news conference in London today notes that the arguments by Latin American banana producers against preferential access for ACP banana producers fail to include acceptable alternative arrangements. (04:50-09:08)
5. Hugh Crosskill reports on the protest action by the united labour movement and local government which is into its fifth day in French Guiana. (09:09-10:51)
6. Nobel Laureate winner Derek Walcott comes under intense scrutiny in the British press which featured glowing tributes as well as salacious reports on him. (10:52-13:36)
7. Guyana’s People’s National Congress is threatening legal action but is still collecting affidavits from its supporters over the October 5th general elections before going to court. (13:37-13:52)
8. Recap of headlines (13:53-14:38)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/44493
Date: 1992-10-16


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