Caribbean Report 11-11-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Montserrat is heading for a new government as last minute voters cast their ballots. James White, Jr reports (00:28-04:52)
3. Jamaica's Minister of National Security says anyone found to be involved in transporting drugs from the island would be treated with the full force of the law (04:53-05:38)
4. Regional bankers call for greater Caribbean integration. Prime Minister Vaughn Lewis, Managing Director, National Commercial Bank, St. Lucia Chester Hinkson and Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Dwight Venner are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (05:39-08:47)
5. Developed countries have been told to do more to allow their developing neighbours reap some of the benefits of the breakdown of trade barriers (08:48-09:24)
6. Britain's vision for the future of world trade has been set out in a White Paper published today. It is calling for the Singapore meeting of the World Trade Organisation in a few weeks time to give a major push towards creating global free trade by the year 2020. Carol Orr reports (09:26-11:03)
7. An uneasy calm in Cayenne as protesting students await the intervention of two French Ministers (11:04-13:15)
8. A former England cricketer has shed more light on the alleged racism that led to a heated public row between Jamaican born Devon Malcolm and the fromer Chairman of Selectors Raymond Illingworth (13:16-15:27)