Caribbean Report 09-12-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Greenpeace urges Caribbean governments oppose to nuclear transhipments to put their words into action. Tom Clements, Greenpeace International, Prime Minister Owen Arthur, Nuclear Control Institute Vice President Cheryl Tanza are interviewed (00:28-06:21)
3. Caricom co-operation with the United States in fighting drug trafficking in the region will be on the agenda of a meeting next week Prime Minister Owen Arthur of Barbados has confirmed. Grenada's Minister of Agriculture Mark Isaac, Prime Minister Owen Arthur and Rupert Gajadhar, St. Lucia Chairman of the Banana Growers Association are interviewed. Leslie Goffe reports (06:22-09:45)
4. Cuba has used the WTO conference in Signapore to again strongly criticise the US embargo on the island. Developing counries attending the conference are being told they should remove barriers to textile imports more quickly. United States Acting Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky, EU Trade Commissioner Sir Leon Brittan are interviewed. Andrew Walker reports (09:46-13:11)
5. The West Indies to put things right against Australia tonight. Cricket Commentator Tony Cozier reports (13:12-15:26)