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Washington Notebook (Business With USSR ) #331154

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 10, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Problem of "getting down to business" with USSR featured; details given of American businesses' readiness to make deals inside USSR . [US Trade Representative Carla HILLS - says people want economic, as well as political, freedom.] [Representative Jim LEACH - discusses the Jackson-Vanik amendment that links trade status to human rights.] [National Foreign Trade Council Frank KITTREDGE - comments on world markets.] Scenes shown from recently opened McDonald's restaurant in Moscow. [Commerce Secretary Robert MOSBACHER - talks about currency exchange problem.] President Bush recalled promising to work on trade agreement. [HILLS - says Soviet economic freedom would add to world stability.]

Schieffer, Bob

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