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US-Japan Relations / Feuding #340961

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 24, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Employees of a Detroit Ford assembly plant who don't drive Ford cars reported forced to park in a less accessible lot. Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) American-Japanese feuding featured; scenes shown of demonstration against the Sumitomo rail contract in Los Angeles, picketing outside Detroit Toyota dealership. [In Tokyo, MAN - says Japanese are becoming worried.] Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa's comments on America noted. [Two Japanese MEN - tell why they don't buy American goods.] July 1, 1987, scenes shown of Americans smashing a Japanese radio; April 23, 1988, scenes shown of Japanese smashing an American car. [Foreign Ministry spokesman Masamichi HANABUSA - talks about maintaining relationship with the US.]

Chung, Connie;
Whitaker, Bill

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