Caribbean Report 19-04-1995

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CARICOM Secretary-General Dr. Edwin Carrington warns of the implications of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) membership. Britain Foreign Office Minister responsible for the Caribbean, Tony Baldry states that British investors will continue to pursue investment interests in the region despite moves by Caribbean states to join NAFTA. St. Lucia's former Ambassador to the UN, Charles Flemming has accused the government of trying to make him the scapegoat in the issue surrounding the disappearance of donors' funding. St. Lucia's Opposition Leader, Julian Hunte has been pressing the government for an explanation and is calling for a full public inquiry into the matter.
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1. Headlines with Hugh Crosskill (00:00-00:31)
2. Caricom Secretary-General warns of the implications of NAFTA membership (00:32-02:49)
3. Britain states it will still invest in the region despite moves by Caribbean states to join NAFTA (02:50-05:19)
4. St. Lucia's former Ambassador to the UN accuses the government of trying to make him the scapegoat in the case of the missing funds (05:20-14:55)
5. Recap of top stories (14:56-15:12)
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