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US-Nicaragua Relations / Economy Sanctions #543321

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 30, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Econ. sanctions against Nicaragua approved by President Reagan following Congress's rejection of aid to guerrillas examined. [REAGAN - declines comment.] Proposed sanctions listed on screen. [Representative Thomas O'NEILL, Representative Stephen SOLARZ, Senator Lloyd BENTSEN - support sanctions.] Support for economy measures said boosted by President Dan. Ortega's recent trip to Moscow.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Managua, Nicaragua) Interior minister Tomas Borge's reaction to proposed United States sanctions outlined; current economy relationship between the two countries examined. Implications of trade embargo for Nicaragua considered.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds

Brokaw, Tom;
Reynolds, Jack;
Wallace, Chris

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