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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.
(State Department: Steve Hurst) The business dealings coming out of today's US-China summit meeting between President Clinton and Jiang Zemin featured. [CLINTON - talks about the restricted access to China's market.] [JIANG - (thru translator) talks about economic cooperation.]
(Studio: Hilary Bowker) The agreement by the United States to limit the embargo on the sale of nuclear reactors to China in return for China's promise not share nuclear technology with Iran noted.
(No location given: Ann Kellan) The US-China nuclear power agreement examined. [CLINTON - talks about nuclear power plants sales.] [Nuclear Energy Institution Marvin FERTEL - backs the nuclear energy exchange.] Diagrams shown of the nuclear reactors that will be offered to China shown. [ABB Combustion Engineering Robert NEWMAN - says the reactors are excellent.] [Nuclear Control Institution Dan HORNER - outlines the worry over how China will use the nuclear technology.]
- Bowker, Hilary;
- Hurst, Steve;
- Kellan, Ann;
- Woodruff, Judy
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