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Japanese Trade / Stans Visit #5176

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 13, 1969
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(Studio) Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans says trade talks with Japan unsuccessful. Refuses to restrict synthetic fabrics and woolen exports to US. Balk with regard to foreign investments. Textile workers protest Stans' restrictions. Believed Nixon pledge to South Congmen. involved. REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Hamamatsu, Japan) Textile plant workers against United States export restrictions because it could cost their jobs. Plant manager says would have to go out of business Washington, DC imposing on Japan's friendship to get her to cut back on major market Japan did agree to limit steel exports.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Peterson, Roger

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