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(Studio) President Reagan, after first day in Peking, reported signing nuclear cooperation agreement with China (PR).
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Peking, China, PR) Significance of China visit for Reagan, in light of his past vilification of communist China, examined; his reception by President Li Xiannian noted; films shown. Li said accepting invitation to visit US; atmosphere surrounding Reagan's arrival and media coverage described. Issue of Taiwan said not brought up in mtgs. Praise of visit by indivs. (named in report) outlined. [WOMAN - hopes both ntns. can learn from each other.] [REAGAN - feels mutual respect and mutual benefits are basis of future US-Sino relations]
REPORTER: Chris Wallace
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Wallace, Chris
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