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Latin American / Summit #313644

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 27, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Acapulco, Mexico: David Dow) Latin American leaders rptd meeting for summit in Acapulco, Mexico; details given, scenes shown. United States noted not involved in summit. Brazil's president Jose Costa Sarney quoted. Latin American foreign debt discussed. [Mexican political scientist Jorge CASTANEDA - says foreign debt problem must be solved.] [Peruvian president Alan GARCIA - (thru translator) says the interest on foreign debt is paid by people's poverty.] Scenes shown of Latin American poverty. [Mexico City columnist Djuka JULIUS - says Latin American leaders are warning United States to be friendlier.] Summit's goal mentioned as beginning of independent Latin American

Dow, David;
Schieffer, Bob

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