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US-Japan Trade Relations #542941

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 13, 1985
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(Studio) Mtg. today between Secretary of State George Shultz and Japanese foreign minister Shintaro Abe in effort to improve trade relations described; films shown.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(Tokyo, Japan) campaign. launched here to promote United States prods. among consumers, following Prime Min. Yasuhiro Nakasone's appeal, examined; films shown. [Merck and Company Incorporated spokesperson Dr. Hubert C. PELTIER - characterizes Japanese market] United States prods. already experiencing success here reviewed. [WOMAN - likes United States- made prods.] Consumer (named in report) mentioned returning broken United States product .
REPORTER: Steve Mallory

Chung, Connie;
Mallory, Steve

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