Caribbean Report 02-05-1989

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:33)
2. The relationship between the British Black Community and the police is the subject of a two-day conference, “Policing and the Black Community.” Its’ aim is to discuss ways in which the relationship between Blacks and the criminal justice system can be improved. Interview with Edward Tilghman. Dominic Arkwright reports (00:34-06:40)
3. In Financial News, the advantages of establishing a Caribbean Stock Exchange is discussed in relation to the listing of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago stock exchanges in the “Stock market spec book”. It was produced by the US International Financial Corporation (IFC), an affiliate of the World Bank Group. Interview with Teresa Barger (06:41:08:44)
4. Tension is mounting into Canada’s inquiry into drug use by amateur athletes. Over the next two weeks the inquiry will zero in on Ben Johnson, and the circumstances into his disgrace at the Olympic Games in Seoul. Peter Benesh reports (08:45-12:03)
5. The West Indies sends India packing in the fourth and final test in Jamaica. Chris Florence reports (12:10-15:03)