Caribbean Report 06-09-2001

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1. Headlines (00:00-00:22)
2. Bahamas government compensates hundreds of vendors out of business from this week's big Nassau fire. Jerome Sawyer reports (00:23-02:54)
3. Libya is reported to have offered to buy all the bananas produced in the Eastern Caribbean. Former Foreign Minister George Odlum, Agriculture Minister Cassius Elias and Former Chairman of the St. Lucia Banana Growers Association Rupert Gajadar are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (02:55-06:01)
9. There will be no Caribbean participation in the 2002 Football World Cup in Japan and South Korea (14:34-15:15)
4. People of Nevis will go to the polls tomorrow to elect a new Island Assembly (06:02-06:33)
5. Where are all the hurricanes? An expert says that they maybe around the corner. Professor William Gray of Colorado State University is interviewed (06:34-09:42)
6. American pharmaceutical giant American Company has been having limited success with selling its discounted HIV fighting drugs to Caribbean States. Merck's Senior Director in its Latin American Division David Greene is interviewed (09:43-12:32)
7. Commonwealth Ministers have just announced the breakthrough on the worsening political crisis in Zimbabwe (12:33-12:53)
8. Clock wines down on the divided United Nations Conference on Racism. Karen Weir reports (12:54-14:33)
9. There will be no Caribbean participation in the 2002 Football World Cup in Japan and South Korea (14:34-15:15)
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