Caribbean Report 23-10-1992

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Guyana’s opposition, People’s National Congress is upset with the manner in which the new government is seeking to track
3. Correspondent Roger Harrabin interviews Guyana’s Finance Minister Asgar Ali about government’s plan to have the divestment program of the previous regime reviewed and the impact this will have on the sugar industry’s divestment program (02:31-05:43)
4. Negotiators from the European Community and the United States express optimism that the stalled talks over a General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) world trade agreement can be resumed. Correspondent Tim Fawcett reports (05:44-08:05)
5. The West Indian Commission submits a working paper to CARICOM Heads of Government containing some twenty key recommendations for discussion at the mini summit in Port of Spain (08:06-08:49)
6. Dr. Brian Meeks, Lecturer in Government at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies, talks about the debate in the Jamaican parliament over the West Indian Commission’s report (08:50-12:55)
7. Correspondent Tony Fraser reports on the final agreement for the setting up of the Caribbean Court of Appeal in Trinidad and Tobago. Comments are given by Trinidad and Tobago’s Attorney General, Keith Sobion (12:56-14:32)