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China / Economy Conds. / Capitalism #325721

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 25, 1989
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(Beijing, China, PR: Dan Rather) Ronald Reagan's visit to China recalled. Report introduced.

(Beijing, China, PR: Bruce Morton) Changes in China featured; details given of beginnings of capitalism in China; scenes shown of life in Beijing, China. [Beauty salon owner CHUN Yanroh - (thru translator) says ten years ago government would not have allowed her to open shop.] China's approach to buying homes examined. [MAN - (thru translator) says house must be paid for in cash.] [Army singer YANG Shantao - (thru translator) talks about problem of buying house.] New freedom in arts noted; scenes shown of condom sculpture. [ARTIST - (thru translator) comments.] China's future economy and political directions noted.

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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