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US-USSR Trade Relations #303389

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 05, 1985
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(Studio) Basis of current tension in US-Japan trade relations recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Covington, LA) Growing popularity of USSR tractor,Belarus, among US farmers examined. [Don FAMALERRO - cites economy basis of decision.] [Belarus dealer Jim SHOWS - notes USSR downing of Korean airliner stopped sales.] [Belarus president Edward MATUSEVITCH - explains company's competitive approach.] [Local political Earl BROOM - opposes buying USSR prods.] Broom noted trying to pass local ordinance outlawing purchases from communist country [Dealer Bob AYCOCK - considers ordinance illegal and unethical.] Other communist bloc prods. prevalent in area listed, shown.
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour

Gilmour, Sandy;
Rather, Dan

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