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US-Japan Relations / Trade / Cars #159818

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 13, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Coast Guard seizure of Japanese fishing boats in Pacific waters claimed by the United States reported. [In radio address, President CLINTON - says he is determined to open Japan's auto market or sanctions will be imposed.]

(Washington: Jim Angle) The opposition of some Americans to the prospects of imposing trade sanctions against Japan featured. [Lexus dealer Michael LINDSAY, American International Auto Dealers Association Walter HUIZENGA - predict layoffs and a rise in American car prices.] [American Auto Manufacturing Association Steve COLLINS, Institution for International Economics Gary HUFBAUER - says the Japanese market is closed to the better American auto parts.] [Japanese economics minister Kiyohiko NANAO, United States trade representative Mickey KANTOR - give the two countries' position on the standoff.]

Angle, Jim;
Crier, Catherine

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