Caribbean Report 28-04-1993

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Former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley’s new role as CARICOM’s ambassador at large is the first step towards the creation of an Association of Caribbean States with Latin America - Tony Fraser reports. Cuba is considering key state assets to raise funds for much needed foreign exchange, to bring some key government enterprises, including: (tourism, bottling and distribution of mineral water, detergent production, nickel production, textile manufacturing and many more unto the foreign investment market to resuscitate its flagging economy - Lionel Martin reports from Havana. A British economist Paul Harrison is suggesting that some Caribbean countries should not qualify for aid on the basis on their per capital income, which puts them beyond third world status - Mike Jarvis reports. Jamaican born footballer John Barnes redeemed himself by taking England to an early lead in their world cup group 2 game with Holland with a first minute free kick during the Wembly game.
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Headlines with anchor Mike Jarvis (00:28)
1. Former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley’s new role as CARICOM’s ambassador at large is the first step towards the creation of an Association of Caribbean States with Latin America (00:29 -07:29)
2. Cuba is considering key state assets to raise funds for much needed foreign exchange, to bring some key government enterprises, including: (tourism, bottling and distribution of mineral water, detergent production, nickel production, textile manufacturing and many more unto the foreign investment market to resuscitate its flagging economy (07:30 -09:36).
3. A British economist Paul Harrison is suggesting that some Caribbean countries should not qualify for aid on the basis on their per capital income, which puts them beyond third world status (09:37 -13:39).
4. Jamaican born footballer John Barnes redeemed himself by taking England to an early lead in their world cup group 2 game with Holland with a first minute free kick during the Wembly game (13:40 -15:00).
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