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Economy: Trade Deficit / US-Canada Trade #140125

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 17, 1992
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Last year's trade deficit figures cited. Report introduced.

(No location given: Jim Hickey) Trade relations between United States and Canada featured. [Canadian forest industry John KERR - reacts to Commerce Department duty on imported Canadian wood.] [Canadian Prime Minister Brian MULRONEY - opposes United States conduct.] Positions of United States and Canada on import/export of lumber and automobiles compared. [American trade analyst Bill MERKIN - comments on the differences.] [Canadian trade analyst Gordon RITCHIE - says elections put strains on relations.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Hickey, Jim

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