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US-China Trade Relations #435441

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 06, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Nelson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Gene Randall) Questions about the effects of normalizing trade relations with China examined. [North Carolina Representative David PRICE - says normalizing trade will be good.] [Representative Lloyd DOGGETT - says he supports more trade with China but has questions about human rights.] [National Security Advisor Sandy BERGER - warns about refusal to normalize trade relations.]

(Studio: Andria Hall) Interview held with Brookings Institution Nicholas Lardy. [LARDY - says China will enter the World Trade Organization; explains various benefits; says new American jobs will be formed.]

Reporter(s):
Hall, Andria;
Nelson, Brian;
Randall, Gene
Duration:
00:05:50

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