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US-China Relations / Trade / Telephones #350624

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 23, 1993
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(Studio: John Roberts) Reviewing by President Clinton of US- China trade relations noted.

(Beijing: James Hattori) China as the great unconnected wilderness for telephone lines featured; Beijing scenes shown. [New Chinese private telephone OWNER (thru translator), Ericsson Telecommunications Hans EKSTROM, China Motorola vice president Chi-Sun LAI - talk about telephones in China.] The political uncertainty facing United States telecommunications companies detailed. [American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) Randall TOBIAS - talks about China and most favored nation trading status.] [USC school of business Richard DROBNICK - comments.]

Hattori, James;
Roberts, John

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