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Ottawa Summit #278353

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 18, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan noted leaving tomorrow for Ottawa summit.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Montebello, Canada) Background of economy summits recalled. [November, 1975, Gerald FORD - promises improved international economy] Changes in summit participants' attitude toward affair over the years noted.' [Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU - comments on relaxed atmosphere at upcoming summit.] [Secretary state external affairs Mark MacGUIGAN - cites need for free exchange, appearance of unity.] Summit experience of Margaret Thatcher, Trudeau, Helmut Schmidt recalled; lack of similar experience by Reagan, Francois Mitterrand, Giovanni Spadolini and Zenko Suzuki noted. Issues summit expects to focus on listed. [MacGUIGAN - comments.] [TRUDEAU - hopes for consensus.] Japanese saying regarding fools and Mt. Fuji mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Schieffer, Bob;
Young, Steve

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