Caribbean Report 19-11-2001

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Caribbean Report 19-11-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 19-11-2001
Author: Orr, Carol (anchor); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Mascoll, Clive (interviewee); Seaga, Edward (speaker); Hamilton, Conrad (correspondent); Williams, Colin (interviewee); Wolfensohn, James (speaker)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. 108 candidates representing 4 political parties list their names to contest the December 10th general election in Trinidad and Tobago, Tony Fraser reports (00:29-03:11)
3. The new leader of the opposition Democratic Labour Party in Barbados, is insistent that he can lead the party to victory in the next election. In an interview Senator Clive Mascoll says the island’s media is to blame for how the party is viewed (03:12-06:03)
4. The leader of the opposition Jamaican Labour Party Edward Seaga, is calling for a peaceful campaign for the island’s next elections. He urged civic groups to join him in his crusade for peace (06:04-06:48)
5. Tensions rise in sections of downtown Kingston due to a programme to remove vendors from the streets of the capital and the continuing gang violence in two communities. Conrad Hamilton reports from Kinston (06:49-08:37)
5. Tensions rise in sections of downtown Kingston due to a programme to remove vendors from the streets of the capital and the continuing gang violence in two communities. Conrad Hamilton reports from Kingston (06:49-08:37)
6. Regulators revoke the license of an offshore bank in St. Vincent and the Grenadines for failing to provide essential information about its assets. The anchor spoke with acting offshore inspector Colin Williams to learn more about the incident (08:38-11:02)
7. A meeting of the World Bank and the IMF ends with a warning that the September 11th attacks will worsen poverty in many poor countries. Ben Meade reports; James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank speaks on the issue (11:03- 12:52)
8. Air ALM or Dutch Caribbean Express is bracing itself for the layoff of 430 workers, as the Curacao government attempts to meet an IMF directive to balance the budget in exchange for financial aid. Neil Nunes reports; Senator Stanley Inderson shares his views on the stipulations by the IMF (12:53- 15:27)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/45429
Date: 2001-11-19


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