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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 21, 1975
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(Studio) United States moves toward ending trade restrictions with Cuba.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) United States won't pressure cntrys. trading with Cuba and foreign subsidiaries of US companies can trade with Cuba. [State Department spokesperson Robert FUNSETH - cites new US policy.] Ban of United States exports to Cuba, diplomatic ban still stands. Admin. says United States to have serious negotiations with Cubans.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

(Miami, Florida) Ex-Cuban community responds. [Ex-CUBAN - says thinks our families in Cuba will be helped by move.] [2nd ex-CUBAN - says time has come for United States to talk to Cuba.] [3rd ex-CUBAN - says makes me sick.] [4th ex-CUBAN - says good for United States and Cuba.]

Mudd, Roger;
Shaw, Bernard

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