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China-US Relations / Jiang Visit #411948

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 26, 1997
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(Studio: Kathleen Kennedy) Report introduced.

(Washington: Carl Rochelle) The arrival of Chinese President Jiang Zemin in Hawaii en route to his meeting with President Clinton featured; scenes shown from Honolulu while the agenda for the talks are outlined, especially trade issues. [Representative Nancy PELOSI, Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT, former presidential candidate Pat BUCHANAN, Senator John GLENN - talk about China, their human rights policies and trade.] Clinton said likely to call for greater access to Chinese markets for American businesses.

(Washington: Andrea Koppel) More aspects concerning US-China relations discussed; examples given.

Reporter(s):
Kennedy, Kathleen;
Koppel, Andrea;
Rochelle, Carl
Duration:
00:06:00

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