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US-Vietnam Relations / Trade Embargo / Vietnam War Veterans #152410

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 03, 1994
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(White House: Brit Hume) President Clinton's lifting of the trade embargo against Vietnam featured. [CLINTON - says this is the best way to resolve the fate of the MIAs.] Positions of Senator Bob Kerrey and POW/MIA (missing in action) family groups noted. [Senator Bob DOLE - opposes lifting the embargo.]

(Washington: Jack Smith) The process of letting go for veterans of the Vietnam war examined; scenes shown from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. [Vietnam vet Jan SCRUGGS - calls the embargo a relic of the past.] [VET, "US News and World Report" Joe GALLOWAY - comment.]

(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Ho Chi Minh City: Mark Litke) The reaction in Vietnam and from American businesspeople there to the announcement of the lifting of the embargo examined; scenes shown from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Crier, Catherine;
Hume, Brit;
Litke, Mark;
Smith, Jack

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