Caribbean Report 10-01-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 10-01-2001
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Owens, Jeffrey (interviewee); Manning, Patrick (correspondent); Joseph, Emma (correspondent); Hayes, Rosie (correspondent); Richards, Ken (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Rich and poor countries pleased with the outcome of talks on tax competition but the threat of the sanctions remains. Head, Fiscal Affairs, OECD Jeffrey Owens (00:28-04:14)
3. Starting guns have been fired for Guyana's elections. Secretary General of the People's Progressive Party is interviewed. Colin Smith reports (04:15-06:22)
4. Trinidad and Tobago's Opposition Leader Patrick Manninig responding to a question about what Caricom could do to help end the standoff between the Prime Minister and President A.N.R. Robinson. Opposition Leader Patrick Manning is interviewed (06:23-09:48)
5. Close allies of the Cuban President say they want Washington to normalise relations with Havana. They want the decades old embargo to be ended. Emma Joseph reports (09:49-11:23)
6. Only days after journalist Watchdog Group accused the Cuban government of trying its best to stamp out independent journalist. The latest reporter Pascual Fletcher to fall fowl of the authorities has come in for harsh criticism. He has been accused of being too close to the United States. Rosie Hayes reports (11:24-13:52)
7. Three stowaways who missed their destination by several thousand miles. Ken Richards reports (13:53-15:44)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/42104
Date: 2001-01-10


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