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France / Economy Summit / Bush #327944

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Poll results of economy futures of US, West Germany and Japan discussed. Report introduced.

(Paris, France: Lesley Stahl) President Bush reported wanting to focus upon Poland and Hungary at economy summit while Francois Mitterrand noted urging that situation in China, PR, be discussed. [BUSH - comments.] [White House chief of staff John SUNUNU, Treasury Secretary Nicholas BRADY - comment on economy conds. in Eastern Europe.] Bush quoted with regard to possible loan to Mexico; President Carlos Salinas de Gortari mentioned.

(Studio: Dan Rather, Lesley Stahl, Tom Fenton) Summit predicted to run smoothly. Environment issues to be addressed at summit discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley;
Fenton, Tom

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