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US-Vietnam Relations #336388

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 13, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hanoi: Bill Whitaker) Changing relations between United States and Vietnam featured; scenes shown from joint Vietnamese-American search for remains of MIA (missing in action) Colonel John Robertson in Cong Hoa, Vietnam. [Search and recovery team leader Major Brenda BRADLEY - comments.] Vietnam's move away from Communism to capitalism noted. [Government economist NGUYEN Xuan Cahn - comments.] [Representative David SKAGGS - talks about United States business interests in Vietnam.] [National League of POW/MIA (missing in action) Families Ann Mills GRIFFIThigh school - opposes ending embargo.]

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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