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US-Vietnam Relations / Trade Embargo #152465

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 1994
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Findings of a "Newsweek" poll about the public's view of President Clinton's decision to lift the trade embargo against Vietnam cited.

(Ho Chi Minh City: Mark Litke) American businesses seeking a market in Vietnam examined; Vietnam Pepsi television ad and American products in the Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, marketplace shown. [Pepsi Southeast Asia president Barry SHEA, Eastman Kodak Russell OLSON, Fidelity Investments Roger SERVISON - talk about their products in Vietnam.] The overall economic situation in this mostly poor nation reviewed.

Brown, Aaron;
Litke, Mark

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