Caribbean Report 10-10-1997



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Europe puts together its response to the World Trade Organisation and Jamaica says it is time to create a marketing plan for Caribbean bananas. Industry and Commerce Minister of State Philip Powell is interviewed and Caroline Turriff reports (00:29-06:05)
3. Guyana gets the thumbs-up for international election observers. Bruce Rickerson of the Organisation of American States is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (06:06-08:33)
4. Cuba's Communist Party Congress is coming to an end this evening. It is being announced that the party will cut by almost a half the size of its Central Committee. Tom Gibb reports (08:34-10:10)
5. Now there is to be a Million Woman's March in October. Thousand of Afro-American women are expected to arrive in Philadelphia for a day of sisterhood and unity. Leslie Goffe reports (10:11-12:28)
6. Trinidad and Tobago's Dwight Yorke talks of his lost World Cup dreams. Warren Gordon reports (12:29-15:25)