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Seattle, Washington / World Trade Organization / Summit #428387

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 28, 1999
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(Studio: Andria Hall) The major issues at the World Trade Organization introduced.

(Seattle: Rusty Dornin) The beginning of the World Trade Organization summit in Seattle, WA, reported; details given of the controversy over tariffs; scenes shown of protesters. [Global Exchange Juliette BECK - says there will be many protestors in Seattle.] [Teamsters International Union Chuck MACK - says the union wants to make a statement.] [University of California at Berkeley Harley SHAIKEN - says the United States has never seen large protests on trade issues.]

(Studio: Andria Hall) Interview held with former United States Trade Representative Carla Hills. [HILLS - says the protests will not make the summit pleasant for visitors; describes which issues will be successfully negotiated; talks about trade with China.]

Dornin, Rusty;
Hall, Andria

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