CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 03, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Los Angeles, California) Incr. tension in United States-Japanese relations over trade inequity examined. [Representative Beryl ANTHONY - considers situation war.] Reactions of for. minister Shintaro Abe and Prime Min. Yasuhiro Nakasone to Congress threats of retaliation mentioned. Issue of opening Japan's telecommunications market to United States prods. discussed. [Pacific Bell spokesperson David CARROLL, Sunkist Growers president Russ HANLIN - cite need for United States entry.] Lumber industry noted illustrating problem; details given. [Intel Corporation spokesperson Bob NOYCE, University of South California spokesperson Richard DROBNICK - comment on need for United States action rather than rhetoric.]
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen
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