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Japan / United States Trade Talks / United States Businesses In Japan #333253

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 15, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Secretary of State James Baker reported meeting with Japanese foreign minister to get US-Japan trade talks back on track. Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) Success of some American companies in trading with Japan featured; scenes shown of disposable camera developed by Kodak for the Japanese consumer. [Eastman Kodak Japan, Limited, Albert SIEG - comments.] Companies that have been successful and those that are scaling back operations listed. [Bank of America Tokyo branch Robert JOHNSON - says investments must be made.] American construction industry's inability to get contracts cited. [Austin Manufacturing Company Thomas LOGAN - comments.] [Ribs chef Evan ANDREWS - says the potential is phenomenal.]

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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