Caribbean Report 01-10-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
7. Revamped one day West Indies cricket championship begins tomorrow. Reuben Meade reports (12:43-13:38)
2. After days of speculation Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister fires Attorney General Ramesh Maharaj. Attorney General Ramesh Maharaj is interviewed and Tony Fraser reports (00:27-02:59)
3. OECS heads to seek international and homegrown help to tackle economic downturn. Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Dwight Venner and Secretary General of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation Jean Holder are interviewed. Lou Smith reports (03:00-04:57)
4. Increase regulation could mean an end of offshore centres in the region. A Partner of the Accounting Firm Price Waterhouse Bob Harland is interviewed (04:58-08:03)
5. At least six people have been killed in a flare-up of what is thought to be political violence in the eastern section of Jamaica's Capital Kingston. Conrad Hamilton reports (08:04-09:54)
6. Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide marked the 10th anniversary of the military coup that ejected him from office by calling on the United States to extradite former paramilitary leader Emmanuel Constant. Michael Norton reports (09:55-12:42)
7. Revamped one day West Indies Cricket Championship begins tomorrow. Reuben Meade reports (12:43-13:38)