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US-China Trade / Copied Quilts / American Marketing #141755

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 13, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Sheilah Kast) Mass production by Chinese factory workers of quilts based on historical designs from the Smithsonian Institution examined; scenes shown from a church basement where American quilts are handmade. [Faithful Circle's Corinne KERNS, National Quilting Association Joan KLOSEK - comment.] Reasons stated by the quilt distributor for the imports noted. [American Pacific Enterprises Nadine BLOCH, Smithsonian Institution Linda ST. THOMAS - defend mass production.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Guangjo: Todd Carrel) The market in China for American-made goods featured; scenes shown from an American trade show in China. [Two CHINESE, trade show organizer Erica KERNER - talk about buying.] Procter and Gamble marketing ad on Chinese television shown. [UN Consul General Dennis HARTER - explains why the Chinese want American products.] The Chinese countryside as the next market for American goods noted.

Carrel, Todd;
Kast, Sheilah;
Simpson, Carole

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