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Carter / Arab Boycott Bill / Energy Pkg. / Fraser #494193

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 22, 1977
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(Studio) president Carter signs bill designed to keep American firms from participating in Arab boycott of Israel.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Details of bill noted. [CARTER - says bill isn't to question right of cntries. to control own commerce, but to end divisiveness in American due to boycott.] Carter's comments on Mid. East cited.
REPORTER: Marilyn Berger

(Studio) President meets with House Ways and Means Committee, with regard to parts of energy package; says members have done good job. Carter also meets with Prime Min. Malcolm Fraser of Australia.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Fraser's visit begins on same day talks begin in Moscow re: reduction of forces in Indian Ocean. Australian leaders were angry because US didn't consult them before beginning talks. Carter tells Fraser that Australia will be consulted as talks progress. Officials say no decision yet made. [CARTER - has no word yet of progress. USSR position not known. Hopes military level in Indian Ocean won't increase and may be reduced in future.] Ldrs. also discuss Australia's uranium deposits.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

Reporter(s):
Berger, Marilyn;
Chancellor, John;
Jamieson, Bob
Duration:
00:03:50

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