Caribbean Report 31-05-1989

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2. A four-man team of Caricom representatives, headed by Bahamian Dennison Hepburn, wrapped up their week long exploratory visit to Haiti today. Pat Whitehorne interviews Dennison Hepburn (00:58-3:08)
3. Tension mounts in the Dominican Republic as President Joaquin Balaquer says no to change in economic policies. Jean Michel Caroit reports from Santa Domingo (3:09-5:05)
4. Financial news – Coffee prices have plummeted after talks on the future of the international agreement broke down. Pat Whitehorne interviews Robin Steiner, Commodity Analyst (05:06-09:43)
5. In Britain, the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) publishes its annual report, and is strongly attacked by one of its own commissioners. Petal Felix interviews Lincoln Crawford and Michael Day (09:44-12:09)
6. Canadian Sprinter Ben Johnson has completed his testimony before the Canadian Federal Inquiry into drug use. Richard Reynolds interviews Ben Johnson (12:10-15:10)
1. Headlines (00:00-00:57)