Caribbean Report 27-11-1996

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Spain's Embassy in Havana described as being under virtual seige as demonstrators outside stage an anti-Spanish protest. Rosie Hayes reports (00:30-04:05)
3. More evacuations in Montserrat as the crater walls come under pressure. Scientist Simon Young is interviewed (04:06-07:07)
4. As the countries of Europe continue to try to formulate economic policy under a single currency the need for a Caricom single currency is once again being raised by regional executives. Executive Director of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce Felipe Noguera is interviewed (07:08-10:32)
5. The American Ambassador in Port of Spain says his country is not trying to impose its views on Trinidad and Tobago or any other Caribbean country concerning the Boutros-Ghali reelection issue at the United Nations. Ambassador Dr Brian Donnelly is interviewed (10:33-12:11)
6. After months of hesitation the National Assemby ratified two soft loans from the Inter-American Bank totalling eighty million dollars (12:12-12:52)
7. A new found popularity for the Spiritual Baptist in New York. Spiritual Baptist Minister Selwyn Wilkinson is interviewed (12:53-15:28)