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US-Japan Trade Relations / Nakasone Visit #109239

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 02, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(DC: Sheilah Kast) Conclusion to Japanese Prime Min. Yasuhiro Nakasone's trade talks with President Reagan here reported; details given, scenes shown. [In weekly radio address, voice of REAGAN - claims Nakasone's promised efforts will stimulate United States economy] [Courtesy "One on One", chief of staff Howard BAKER - questions validity of that assessment.] [Institution for International Econs. director C. Fred BERGSTEN - explain budget deficit.] [Senator Bennett JOHNSTON - gives Democrat response to President's radio address.] Reagan said promising Nakasone veto of any bill considered protectionist.

(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Mark Litke) Reactions here to Reagan-Nakasone meeting examined; details given, scenes shown. [Pol. analyst Masao KUNIHIRO - is pessimistic; explains.] Holidays currently celebrated here listed.

Kast, Sheilah;
Litke, Mark;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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