Caribbean Report 07-06-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. There are grave doubts about whether Caribe Express can survive. Chief Executive Officer of Caribe Express Brian Procope is interviewed and Bertrand Niles reports (00:27-05:01)
3. The Caribbean Export Development Agency has been formally launched in Barbados. Executive Director Earl Bacchus is interviewed (05:02-06:16)
4. The Chinese Foreign Trade Minister arrives in Havana today for the first part of a Latin American visit (06:17-06:58)
5. Guyana moves closer to an inquiry into the death of politician, historian Walter Rodney. Head of the Presidential Secretariat Roger Luncheon is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (06:59-09:08)
6. In Trinidad and Tobago the criminal justice system is preparing for the most significant murder trial since Black Power Advocate, Michael X. Tony Fraser reports (09:09-10:37)
7. There was uproar in Bermuda's House of Assembly today when the Speaker of the House rule that a private members bill could not be debated in its present form. The bill would have declared MacDonald's Restaraunts illegal. George Rush reports (10:38-12:20)
8. Kicking racism out of football. Neil Bennett reports (12:21-15:14)