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Reagan / China, PR Trip #296548

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 22, 1984
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(Studio) President Reagan's stopover in Hawaii en route to China (PR) reported, shown.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Peking, China, PR) Reagan's visit here anticipated; Premier Zhao Ziyang's White House meeting with him in January recalled. Films shown. Reagan's previous call for upgrading United States relations with Taiwan and China's possible approach to upcoming discussions considered. China's need for United States technology discussed; Treasury Secretary Don. Regan recalled approving new US-China tax treaty as prelude. [American Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Dr. Peter LIGHTE - notes basis of Chinese relations] Remarks of local residents on Reagan's visit quoted. [Tourist Gloria BANJURA - notes she beat Reagan here.]
REPORTER: David Jackson

Dean, Morton;
Jackson, David

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