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United States Book Store / China Trade #455775

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 08, 1971
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(Studio) San Francisco book store is only United States business allowed to trade with Mainland China since Korean War.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) China bookshop has been doing business with People's Republic of China, 10 years China, when restrictions lifted, invited owners for visit. [Owner Chris NOYLES - says just returned from China, advises busmen. who may want to start China trade; says communication hard, deals fair; says China interested in large scale trade only after international issues solved; wants United States tourists. Noyles encouraged to take films. [Films shown.] Says greeted by smiles or shock on faces of Chinese. Accommodations good, prices low. Nixon visit anticipated with pleasure.]
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer

Bourgholtzer, Frank;
Chancellor, John

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