CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 1983
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(Studio) Japan's trade surplus with US, announced as President Reagan concludes his state visit there, reported; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Tokyo, Japan) Reagan's farewell with Emperor Hirohito shown. [In TV interview, REAGAN - discusses United States attitude towards USSR , arms talks.] Historical significance of his address before Diet noted; Reagan visit to Prime Min. Yasuhiro Nakasone's country retreat discussed, shown. Issue upon which President's trip to South Korea focuses explained.
REPORTER: Bill Plante
(Studio) US-South Korean trade relations outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Korean DMZ) Scenes from "M*A*S*H" shown; number United States troops deployed here mentioned. North Korean President Kim Il Sung's control noted; issue of South Korea's protectionist trade policies discussed. [Opposition leader KIM Young Sam - (thru translator) cites government's exploitation of security issue to repress people.] President Chun Doo Hwan noted barring Kim and others from all political activities. [STUDENT - claims Koreans don't support Chun.] Anti-US demonstrations protesting United States support for dictatorship noted, shown; Chun's traditional approach to elecs. and democrat process in general described. Econ. success of South Korea mentioned.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
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