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US-S. Korea Relations / Trade, Human Rights #315372

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 21, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Richard Wagner) Incr. strain in US-S. Korea relationship over President Chun Doo Hwan's suppression of human rights and his protectionist trade policy examined; details given, scenes shown. [Voice of opposition leader KIM Dae Jung - discusses illegality of his house arrest; remarks transcribed on screen.] South Korea's balance of trade surplus last year noted. [Govt. planning board spokesperson B.Y. KOO - defs. lack of democracy here.] Growing dissension over government's use of North Korea as excuse for suspending democracy considered.

Rather, Dan;
Wagner, Richard

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