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Economy Summit #537866

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(London, England) Growth of allied economy summit and focus of conf. discussed. [Treasury Secretary Don. REGAN - thinks economy fate of world is summit's primary concern.] [London School of Econs. spokesperson Susan STRANGE - considers meeting "comic-strip diplomacy"; explains.] Econs. involved in media coverage of summit, security forces, chefs, transportation crews cited. [Presidential assistant Michael McMANUS - comments on summits' costs.] Summit objectives of President Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Francois Mitterrand, Helmut Kohl, Yasuhiro Nakasone, Bettino Craxi, Pierre Trudeau listed on screen; election-yr. benefits for Reagan noted. [REGAN - acknowledges President will be seen as leader of West world at summit.]
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

Levine, Irving R.;
Palmer, John

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