Caribbean Report 20-04-1995

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Former Trinidad and West Indies batsman Joey Carew speaks about how vital the third test match is between the West Indies and Australia. St. Lucians continue to ask questions on the alleged disappearance of donor funds. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) states it has no record of any transaction with the government of St. Lucia. The UN Interim Representative for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Alfredo Jefferson sought clarification from the government of St. Lucia pertaining to this allegation. Caribbean Report took to the streets of Castries for a taste of public opinion on this issue. The President of the St. Lucia Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Mrs. Ingrid Serrette gives an independent view of the whole issue. Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago have taken steps to ensure freer movement of their currencies throughout the region. In cricket, rain threatens play in the third test against Australia in Port-of-Spain. Tony Fraser reports on the preparation of West Indies team which was marred by rainy weather. Joey Carew comments on how this has affected the West Indies plans.
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1. Headlines with Debbie Ransome (00:00-00:28)
2. Joey Carew speaks on how vital the third test match is between the West Indies and Australia (00:29-01:08)
3. The UNDP states it has no record of a transaction with the government of St. Lucia (01:09-10:57)
4. Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago have taken steps to ensure freer movement of their currencies throughout the region (10:58-12:45)
5. Tony Fraser reports on the West Indies cricket team preparations which was marred by rainy weather (12:46-15:10)
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