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(Studio: Dan Rather) Japanese Prime Min. Noboru Takeshita's meeting with President Reagan discussed. United States officials quoted regarding lack of progress on trade issues with Takeshita. Report introduced.
(DC: Bill Plante) Mtg. between Reagan and Takeshita featured. [REAGAN - comments on US-Japanese trade relations] Takeshita noted promising greater access for United States construction firms and farm exports. United States officials quoted. [TAKESHITA - (thru translator) declares meeting's objectives.] US trade deficit illustrated. Congress's reaction to Japanese role in United States trade deficit discussed. [Representative Jack BROOKS - comments on sanctions.] Some econs. noted asserting United States business to blame for trade deficit. [Econ. Barry BOSWORTH - says United States exports are outsold by European goods.] Admin. officials quoted. Congress and trade deficit mentioned.
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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