Caribbean Report 31-07-1997



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. More volcanic activity in Montserrat. Keith Stone Greaves reports (00:27-02:17)
3. Taiwan's diplomatic war with China is taking a financial toll on Taipei. Professor Andrew Yang of the Taiwanese government Think Tank and Prime Minister of Dominica, Edison James are interviewed. (02:18-05:31)
4. According to a recent Guyanese report three quarter of the Guyanese population live below the poverty line based on their earnings. Economist, Clive Thomas is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (05:32-07:00)
5. NAFTA's priority for the Caribbean is no longer an issue for now. Yvette Collymore reports from Washington (07:01:09:34)
6. An independent inquiry into the death of black British teenager, Stephen Lawrence. Home Secretary, Jack Straw, Neville Lawrence, father of Stephen Lawrence and Attorney, Imran Khan are interviewed (09:35-13:17)
7. The West Indies selectors are still to announce the team to tour Pakistan. Commentators, Michael Holding and Rex Perreira are interviewed (13:18-15:30)