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China / Human Rights / Exports / Prison-Made Goods #136915

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 13, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) President Bush's battle with Congress to extend China's most favored nation trade status noted. Report introduced.

(Beijing: Todd Carrel) China's use of prison labor to make products that are sold overseas featured; scenes shown from inside a Chinese prison. ["Business Week" Dinah LEE - cites the difficulty in determining where imports are made.] [Adidas' Alan HOLLIDAY - talks about deal it turned down.] [Senator Daniel Patrick MOYNIHAN - holds up socks made in Beijing prison.] [Trade ministry SUN Zhenyu - comments.]

Carrel, Todd;
Jennings, Peter

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