CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 09, 1981
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(Studio) United States and Japanese trade representatives reported discussing Japanese import quotas and restrictions in order to adjust trade balance.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Tokyo, Japan) Berkeley, California, saki manufacturer, Curt Ronka, Junior, cited as example of American businessman experiencing problems exporting product to Japan. [RONKA - expresses appreciation of business.] Difficulties in competitive pricing, labeling and distribution detailed; films shown. [RONKA - states Japanese will not buy 2nd class saki.] Japanese government noted unsympathetic to plight.
REPORTER: Gordon Joseloff
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