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American's Comeback (Part VI) #318794

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 06, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Bob Faw) South Korean business practices featured. Anti- American sentiment discussed. [United States Trade Representative Clayton YEUTTER - comments on South Korea's trade restrictions on United States prods.] Trade barriers discussed. [Assistant commerce minister CHUL Su Kim - comments on situation.] South Korean treatment of United States wine detailed. [MAN - comments.] Korean taxes on American cars listed. [Bus. World Services spokesperson.Martin COHEN - comments on Korean view of importing goods.] Pols. of situation noted. [Presidential advisor BON Yung Koo - comments.] [American Chamber of Commerce, Korea, spokesperson James BOOTH - says Koreans think United States is "wimp."] [On July 18, Secretary of State George SHULTZ - comments on anti-American sentiment in South Korea.] [CHUL - comments on equity.] United States trade deficit noted.

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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