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Bonn Economy Summit / Terrorism Agreement #258798

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 17, 1978
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(Studio) End to Bonn economy summit, with agreement on combating international terrorism, noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Bonn, West Germany) West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt's comments on conference and announcement of anti-terrorism pact reported [SCHMIDT - details pact concerning reactions to ntns. harboring terrorists.] [President CARTER - states United States pledge to cut foreign oil imports and pass energy policy.] Pledges by Japanese Prime Min. Takeo Fukuda and by Germans outlined, as well as those of other ntns. involved. Canadian Prime Min. Pierre Trudeau's activities described. Americans' view of meeting stated.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Studio) Report on impact of meeting
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Bonn, West Germany) Examination given of indications about success or failure of summit, as seen by reaction of international market Carter's pledge for Congress to pass energy plan and pledges with regard to growth by Germany and Japan mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

Bradley, Ed;
Fenton, Tom;
Mudd, Roger

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