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Economy: Budget Deficit / European Markets #325060

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 13, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Budget deficit and trade deficit discussed. Report introduced.

(New York City: Ray Brady) European parliament reported attempting to halt import of American-made films and television shows. [French European affairs minister Edith CRESSON - says too many American prods. are being shown.] [Warner International president Michael SOLOMAN, Republic Pictures Corporation spokesperson Russell GOLDSMITH - disagree with European parliament.] Profits that American companies earn from European market noted. [Media analyst Rich MacDONALD - comments.] [European community spokesperson Corrado PIRZIO-BIROLI - says he wants to see more European television shows.] [PEOPLE - comment.]

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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