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Reagan / China, PR Trip #296666

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 29, 1984
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(Studio) President Reagan reported concluding his trip to China (PR) by signing agreements expanding trade and cultural relations, include nuclear cooperation pact.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(China, PR) President and Nancy Reagan's agenda today, include tour of Xian tomb figs., featured; films shown. Govt.'s staging of market for Reagan described, shown.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Studio) Reagan's inadvertent insult to Chinese shopkeeper described.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Peking, China, PR) Blend of old and new in China examined; films shown. Marco Polo mentioned. Implications for China's future of infusion of capitalism and push for cultural changes such as birth control considered.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce;
Plante, Bill

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