Caribbean Report 06-05-1991

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Caribbean Report 06-05-1991

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Title: Caribbean Report 06-05-1991
Author: The British Broadcasting Corporation
Description:
1. Headlines by Pat Whitehorne (00:00-00:34)
2. Washington DC saw its worst riots broke when young Hispanics went on the rampage burning cars and looting shops. Louisa Neveret, Hispanic National Council, discusses the tensions and frustrations within the Hispanic community which caused the riot and what pressure could be put on the government (00:35-03:52)
3. Trade and investment worries for the Caribbean if President Bush allows Mexico to become part of the North American Free Trade Agreement (03:53-5:38)
4. Pat Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce discusses the demerits to be faced by the Caribbean, if Mexico joins NAFTA (05:39-07.25)
5. The future of a 15 year old treaty of economic and cultural co-operation between Suriname and Netherlands was the focus of a recent conference held in Amsterdam. Dr. Arthur Jesseron, Vice Chairman of Suriname National Party attended the conference and speaks more on this issue (07:26-10:53)
6. The murder of 2 Haitians in Miami is taking up concern as people of Little Haiti took to the streets to show their dissatisfaction. Alan Tomlinson reports on this issue (10:54-14:36)
7. Pat Whitehorne concludes the report (14:37-14:45)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38820
Date: 2014-07-27


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