Caribbean Report 18-09-1992

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:31)
2. Yvette Rowe looks at the impact of Britain’s decision to suspend its membership from the exchange rate mechanism, an interim stage in the development of the European monetary and economic union. (00:32-02:19)
3. Dr. Terrence Farrell, Deputy Governor of the Trinidad and Tobago Central Bank says the Caribbean should approach monetary union slowly and with caution following the monetary crisis in Europe. (02:20-0646)
4. Debbie Ransome and Marie Claude Celeste report on the vote to be taken by the French population - inclusive of Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guiana and French Saint Martin - on the Maastricht Treaty which triggered the crisis in the European money markets. (06:47-09:34)
5. Jamaica’s ruling People’s National Party will hold its 54th annual conference in Kingston this weekend. Correspondent Gary Allen reports. (09:35-13:31)
6. British Jamaican boxer Michael Watson is reported to be recovering considerably after suffering brain damage during his world title fight with Chris Eubank a year ago. (13:32-14:19)
7. Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingram says two commissions of enquiry are to be set up to investigate millions of dollars that have gone missing from state owned corporations. (14:20-14:49)