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October 7, 1989 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
A federal grand jury in New Haven, Conn., on Friday indicted the Young & Rubicam advertising agency and five individuals in connection with an alleged scheme in which Y&R executives are said to have paid $900,000 in bribes to win a Jamaica Tourist Board account in 1981. Stanley A. Twardy Jr., the U.S.
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March 29, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Governing party leaders selected former Finance Minister P. J. Patterson, a political insider, as prime minister to lead Jamaica through one of its most painful economic periods. Patterson, 56, will succeed outgoing Prime Minister Michael Manley, 67, who announced his resignation earlier this month because of poor health. About 3,100 party delegates voted, supporting Patterson by a 3-1 margin over Labor Minister Portia Simpson, 39, who waged an electrifying grass-roots campaign for the post.
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March 29, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Governing party leaders selected former Finance Minister P. J. Patterson, a political insider, as prime minister to lead Jamaica through one of its most painful economic periods. Patterson, 56, will succeed outgoing Prime Minister Michael Manley, 67, who announced his resignation earlier this month because of poor health. About 3,100 party delegates voted, supporting Patterson by a 3-1 margin over Labor Minister Portia Simpson, 39, who waged an electrifying grass-roots campaign for the post.
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April 28, 1991 | DON A. SCHANCHE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The politics of Jamaica, where ideological loyalties once ran so deep that overwrought party gunmen often shot out their differences in the streets, have turned topsy-turvy and blissfully peaceful since the country's last general election a little more than two years ago.
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April 28, 1991 | DON A. SCHANCHE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The politics of Jamaica, where ideological loyalties once ran so deep that overwrought party gunmen often shot out their differences in the streets, have turned topsy-turvy and blissfully peaceful since the country's last general election a little more than two years ago.
BUSINESS
October 7, 1989 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
A federal grand jury in New Haven, Conn., on Friday indicted the Young & Rubicam advertising agency and five individuals in connection with an alleged scheme in which Y&R executives are said to have paid $900,000 in bribes to win a Jamaica Tourist Board account in 1981. Stanley A. Twardy Jr., the U.S.
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