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Special Assignment (Trade With China) (Part I) #111474

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 23, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Shanghai, China, PR: Jim Laurie) Incr. United States business investments here and problems inherent examined; details given, scenes shown. [Chevron Oil spokesperson James BARBER -criticizes China's attitude toward foreign investors.] ["Investment" magazine editor Michael MORROW - thinks oil companies would tolerate problems if international environmental were different.] Cost of living for fors. here described. [National Council for US-China Trade spokesperson Andrew NESS - explains basis of housing expense for fors.] [American Motors Jeep president Don ST. PIERRE - explains need to approach Premier Zhao Ziyang on company's difficulties.] McDonnell Douglas' experience described. [McDONNELL Douglas China president Gareth CHANG - cites need for China to reform.] Labor problems outlined. [ST. PIERRE - comments.]

Jennings, Peter;
Laurie, Jim

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