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Munich, Germany / Economic Summit / Bush / Europe #345711

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 06, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Political impact of President Bush's trip to the G-7 economic summit in Munich, Germany, featured; scenes shown. [Political analyst Kevin PHILLIPS - says people don't believe that the summit will solve anything.] [Health and Human Services Secretary Louis SULLIVAN - notes Bush's commitment to open up world markets.] [Governor Carroll CAMPBELL - makes speech about BMW plant to open in South Carolina.] January scenes of Bush becoming ill in Japan, June scenes of him being forced by tear gas from a podium in Panama, and speaking at the United Nations Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, shown.

(Munich: Ray Brady) Europe's economic competition with the US featured; scenes shown of Airbus A340 flying at the Berlin air show. [Airbus Industrie Heribert FLOSDORFF - says Airbus wants as much of the market as it can get.] [Economist Lester THUROW, Micron Technology, Incorporated, Joe PARKINSON - comment on competition for good jobs.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Security measures for the economic summit mentioned; scenes shown of arrests of left-wing demonstrators who tried to disrupt the opening ceremonies.

Brady, Ray;
Chung, Connie;
Spencer, Susan

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