Caribbean Report 07-11-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 07-11-2001
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Hunte, Julian (speaker); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Odlum, George (speaker); Springer, Denys (speaker); Bush, McKeeva (interviewee); Goutier, Hegel (interviewee); Joseph, Emma (correspondent); Eddington, Rod (speaker); Meade, Ben (correspondent); Marshall, Alex (speaker)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Prime Minister Basdeo Panday wins his petition to use the name and symbol of the United National Congress while Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj threatens to take the matter to court (00:27-02:50)
3. Public expectations of a St. Lucian elections are on hold as Prime Minister Kenny Anthony did not announce a date (02:51-04:54)
4. In the Cayman Islands, McKeeva Bush attempts to replace Kurt Tibbetts as leader of government business amidst allegations that he has not done enough to counter the Cayman’s sluggish economy (04:55-07:56)
5. WTO Director-General Mike Moore warns that imports from developing countries will be cut if European, Japanese and US economies fall into recession. ACP spokesman Hegel Goutier comments on the issue (07:57-10:58)
6. The World’s fastest plane Concorde returns to the Caribbean. Chief Executive Officer of British Airways, Rod Eddington comments (10:59-13:17)
7. The world’s population growth is expected to be focus on developing countries over the next 50 years. Ben Meade reports that one of the major challenges facing these countries is curbing the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Editor of The State of the World Population Report Alex Marshall comments (13:18-15:25)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/44704
Date: 2001-11-07


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