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US-China Trade #350688

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 27, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Confirmation by President Clinton of his decision to renew trade with China while asking for progress on human rights reported.

(Shanghai: James Hattori) The reaction of China, American business interests and human rights activists to the extension of most favored nation trade status featured; scenes shown from Shanghai, China. [Development director SAHO Yudong - comments.] Recent good will gestures made by China reviewed. [Asia Watch Mike JENDRZEJCZYK - describes human right violations in Tibet and Chinese jails.] [American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) Randall TOBIAS - comments.] Growing number of American companies said looking at how China does business. [Reebok International, Limited, Doug CAHN - raises prison labor issue.]

Hattori, James;
Rather, Dan

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