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US-Japan Relations / Trade #327361

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 01, 1989
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Brady) Governor Wallace Wilkinson reported courting Japanese busmen. to expand to Kentucky; details given, scenes shown. [WILKINSON - says Kentucky is open for business] [Baruch College spokesperson Yoshi TSURUMI - says Japan needs US.] [Ind. Bank of Japan president Kaneo NAKAMURA - comments on US-Japan relations] Interdependent nature of US-Japan relations illustration [Former United States trade negotiator Clyde PRESTOWITZ - comments on United States aid to Japan during Persian Gulf war.] Japanese penchant for purchasing United States government bonds discussed. [MAN - says Japanese put money in United States dollars for fear than another earthquake would ruin them.] [Japanese banker Takashi ISHIHARA - comments on US-Japan relations]

Brady, Ray;
Kuralt, Charles

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