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US-Japan Trade Relations #108814

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(DC: Kenneth Walker) Efforts of both United States and Japan to ease recent trade frictions prior to Prime Min. Yasuhiro Nakasone's arrival here and possibility Congress will pass harsher trade legislature by then examined; details given, scenes shown. [Courtesy "This Wk.", ambassador Nobuo MATSUNAGA - wants to end trade imbalance.] [Courtesy NBC, United States trade representative Clayton YEUTTER - is optimistic.] [Courtesy "This Wk.", Representatives Richard GEPHARDT and Jack KEMP - debate Gephardt's trade amendment before Congress] [Courtesy "This Wk.", Commerce Secretary Malcolm BALDRIGE - cites implications for President's trade policy.] [Representative Dan ROSTENKOWSKI - cites need for Japan to cooperate.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Walker, Kenneth.

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