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Economy: Trade Sanctions #327123

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 25, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) President Bush reported citing Japan, India and Brazil for unfair trade practices toward United States. [Japanese embassy spokesperson Nobutoshi AKAO - says United States is not being fair.] Trade law's new provisions and previously noted countries' violations outlined on screen. [Cray Research spokesperson John ROLLWAGEN - says Japanese trade policies hurt his business] [Author Max HOLLAND, former United States trade negotiator Clyde PRESTOWITZ - comment.] Government officials reported fearing trade war.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Bill Whitaker) Japanese reaction to United States trade citation examined. ["Newswk. Japan" editor Tasuku ASANO - fears bad feeling between countries.] [Trade minister Takeshi ISAYAMA - comments.] Strained United States-Japan relations discussed; scenes shown of anti-United States demonstration in Japan. [Senator Wendell FORD - opposes building FSX fighter jet with Japan.] ["Japan Econ. Journal" editor Masahiko ISHIZUKA - says United States needs to work on its own problems.] [Nippon Motorola, Incorporated president Richard YOUNTS - wants access to Japan's market]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Smith, Terence;
Whitaker, Bill
Duration:
00:04:10

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