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Economy Summit #303950

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 04, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Bonn, West Germany) Conclusion of economy summit here with President Reagan's failure to set date next year for international trade negotiations examined; President Francois Mitterrand's opposition to issue explained. [REAGAN - claims all received what they wanted.] [Chancellor Helmut KOHL - (thru translator) notes majority of summit leaders support 1986 trade talks.] [Treasury Secretary James BAKER - considers summit results.] Demonstrations protesting summit and/or policies of participants described, shown. [Secretary State George SHULTZ - acknowledges fatigue.] Reagan's alleged reaction to Mitterrand's opposition mentioned; his speeches tomorrow at Bergen-Belsen and Bitburg noted
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Bonn, West Germany) Reagan's goals for summit discussed. [SHULTZ - explains United States commitment to trade talks.] Importance of trade barriers for all summit participants considered; exs. in several companies listed. [Brookings Institution spokesperson Charles SCHULTZE - wants trade balance; cites United States trade barriers.] Econ. impact of Third World industry noted.
REPORTER: Ray Brady

(Studio) Coverage of Bitburg cemetery and Bergen-Belsen visits announced.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Reporter(s):
Brady, Ray;
Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:05:10

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