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Cancun Summit #513576

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan's arrival at Cancun, Mexico, for North-S. summit reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cancun, Mexico) Anticipated reaction of underdeveloped ntns. to Reagan noted; his greeting by President Jose Lopez Portillo shown. Details of Reagan's agenda, include meeting with Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang discussed as well as meeting with Indira Gandhi. White House defensive stance on summit cited.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) Practical necessity of wealthier ntns. helping underdeveloped ones examined. [Investment banker Peter G. PETERSON - explains interdependence of rich and poor cntries.] Peterson's analysis of energy issue outlined. [PETERSON - calls for expanded energy product] Correlation of theory with international food product explained.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Palmer, John

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