Caribbean Report 25-10-2001

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Cayman Islands are trying to break the Cable & Wireless monopoly. The company says that it is ready to talk. Chief Executive Office of Cable & Wireless West Indies Limited Errol Miller is interviewed (00:27-03:36)
3. Jamaica top cop calls for police shootings to be investigated. Executive Director of Jamaicans for Justice Angela Gray is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (03:37-06:04)
4. Self imposed cutbacks at the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Secretariat. Acting Director General of the OECS Secretariat George Goodwin is interviewed (06:05-08:55)
5. Economists are predicting that Cuba is heading for a severe economic crisis. Ben Meade reports (08:56-10:42)
6. Business community in St. Maarten says it is suffering from a ban on meat products imposed by St. Kitts and Nevis. Head of the St. Kitts and Nevis Department of Agriculture Dr Jerome Thomas is interviewed and Neil Nunes reports (10:43-12:17)
7. Persons living with HIV/aids and experts in the field are heading to Trinidad and Tobago for the 10th International Conference on the disease. Chairperson of the conference Yolanda Simon is interviewed and Tony Fraser reports (12:18-15:23)