Caribbean Report 23-03-1989



Table of Contents

1. Thirty persons including a close friend of the Prime Minister of Bahamas, Sir Lynden Pindling were indicted in Florida, USA for alleged drug trafficking. Interview with Sir Robert Genzman ( )
2. Newly elected Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Sir Kennedy Simmonds says his country will sign the new convention on the dumping of toxic waste. Although 30 countries have signed the convention, no other Caribbean country has done so. In his interview, Sir Kennedy Simmonds outlines waste dumping policy ( )
3. In Financial News, Indonesia cuts its price for nutmeg for most grades by up to $2,000. Such a move put under threat the agreement between Indonesia and Grenada. Interview with Pat Hagan and Robin Stainer ( )
5. Arrow, the Montserratian Soca King, receives an MBE (Member of the British Empire) from the Queen in London. Interview with Alphonsus (Arrow) Cassell (12:36-15:04)