Caribbean Report 11-10-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:36)
2. Jamaica calls out the National Reserve to restore calm. Superintendent of the Constabulary Network (CCN) James Forbes is interviewed. Conrad Hamilton reports (00:37-05:18)
3. America imposes certain visa restrictions on Guyana. Colin Smith reports (05:19-06:49)
4. Eight Caricom leaders are holding emergency talks in the Bahamas. They are working out a regional response to the attacks which killed thousands last month in America and led to an economic downturn. Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is interviewed and Jerome Sawyer reports (06:50-09:36)
5. Caribbean offshore jurisdictions will be watching another battle between the United States and the European Union before the World Trade Organisation. This one is over tax concessions for offshore firms. Bertrand Niles reports (09:37-10:46)
6. Trinidad and Tobago's V.S. Naipaul, the man who never wanted to be a writer wins the Noble Prize for Literature. V.S. Naipaul, his sister Kamla and Professor Ken Ramchand of the University of the West Indies are interviewed. Carol Orr reports (10:47-15:48)