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Carter / Japan Visit / Economy Cone. #504872

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 25, 1979
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(Studio) Japan and United States as big oil consumers considered. European leaders said joining Carter and Japanese in meeting
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tokyo, Japan) Scenes of Carter visit shown. Mtg. with Hirohito Prime Min. Ohira shown. Rosalynn and Amy Carter's illness noted. State dinner reported Carter speech quoted. Energy as economy issue said chief item on agenda for summit. Freezing of oil imports considered.
REPORTER: Judy Woodruff

(Tokyo, Japan) Men's fashions for summer as energy-saving item discussed. Short-sleeved coats featured. Cut in movie hours, TV schedules, neon signs and air conditioning noted as other energy savers. $1500 cost for driver's license remarked as device to discourage driving. Parking costs noted. Gasoline prices cited.
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Levine, Irving R.;
Woodruff, Judy
Duration:
00:03:40

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