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US-Japan Relations / Trade Agreement #333463

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 28, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Ron Allen) Agreement between Japanese and United States trade negotiators on a trade agreement that would open Japanese market to US exports examined. [Secretary of State James BAKER - hopes this will close the trade imbalance between United States and Japanese economies.] [American Electronics Association John STERN - doubts there will be a big change.] [Deputy United States trade representative Linn WILLIAMS - says question is how to deal with trade frictions.] [After being refused seat on board of Japanese company, United States businessman T. Boone PICKENS - says there is a closed system here.] [Koito Manufacturing consultant Toby MYERSON - responds to Pickens' charges.]

Reporter(s):
Allen, Ron;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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