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United States and Japan #465879

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 29, 1972
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(Studio) United States trade deficit has grown enormously, mostly due to Japanese imports. President Nixon to discuss trade in Hawaii with Japanese Premier
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tokyo, Japan) Japan's new P. Min. Tanaka to discuss widening trade gap between United States and Japan with President Nixon. United States businessmen would like to establish more chain stores in Japan without restraints and enforced tie-ups with Japanese companies Japanese retailers fear American competition. Japan opposes United States armed forces using Japan as base for Indochina war. Demonstrators block movement of United States military equipment.
REPORTER: Jack Russell

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Russell, Jack
Duration:
00:03:00

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