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US-Mexico Relations / Fishing #268612

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 30, 1980
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(Studio) Ronald Reagan's upcoming meeting with Mexico's President Lopez Portillo and Mexico's recent cancellation of bilateral fishing treaties noted
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Los Angeles, California) Impact on United States fishing industry by treaty cancellations outlined; films shown. [San Pedro Fisherman's Co-op spokesperson Larry BOZANICH - comments.] Current status of shrimp industry in Gulf of Mexico noted. [Armand DeKEYSER - comments.] Monday's meeting between Reagan and Lopez Portillo in Juarez, Mexico, cited.
REPORTER: David Dow (KOIN-TV, WKRG-TV newstapes)

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:01:50

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