Caribbean Report 21-08-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Concern over the stablity of Haiti after two right-wing opposition politicians are shot dead. Michael Norton (00:28-02:48)
3. A financial commentator in Jamaica suggests that recent troubles in the sector are a sign of the difficulties of the economy in the past five years. Dr Omari Adams, President of Fidelity Investments are interviewed (02:49-06:25)
4. United States President Bill Clinton signed legislation on Tuesday approving the dismantling of the Puerto Rican Economic Development Programme known as the Section 936. Leslie Goffe reports (06:26-08:17
5. Guyana's Telephone Company criticised by government. Thomas Minnich, Guyana's Telephone Company is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (08:18-11:12)
6. In St. Lucia a debate over the used car market. Car Dealer David Peterkin is interviewed and Pete Ninvalle reports (11:13-13:10)
7. In Britain a campaign to encourage more ethnic minority people to join the police is being hampered by Black and Asian attitudes to the Force that is according to Chief Inspector Kevin Morahan, Head of Recruitment in Birmingham. Inspector Kevin Moharan is interviewed (13:11-15:27)