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Cancun Summit #273952

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan's arrival in Cancun, Mexico, for North-S. summit noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Cancun, Mexico) Reagan's position on foreign aid to underdeveloped ntns. outlined; his greeting by President Jose Lopez Portillo noted. Mexican government's effort to control flow of information from summit discussed; Reagan's mtg. with Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang with regard to United States arms sale to Taiwan mentioned. Films shown; Reagan's remarks tomorrow anticipated.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Studio) Demographic contrast between North and South hemispheres discussed; maps, films shown. Reagan reported taking own water supply to Mexico; Montezuma's Revenge mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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