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Minnesota / Gorbachev Visit #129432

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 1990
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(Minneapolis: Forrest Sawyer) President Mikhail Gorbachev's business trip to Minnesota featured; scenes shown from his arrival; details given of the Gorbachev-Maxwell Institution of Technology, backed by media tycoon Robert Maxwell, that will study environmental problems in USSR and US. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) makes speech.] [Cargill, Incorporated, chairman Whitney MacMILLAN - talks about Cargill's long relationship with USSR .] Minnesota's efforts to cultivate Soviet business noted. [Medtronic, Incorporated, vice president Daniel LUTHRINGHAUSER - comments on the dialogue with USSR .] USSR need for computers for its modernization explained; Control Data Corp.'s dealings with USSR reviewed.

Sawyer, Forrest

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