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Pacific Northwest / Foreign Trade #552191

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 15, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Pacific N.W.'s reliance on Asian imports explained, discussed; scenes shown. [Toy MFR. - explains seeking port here for Japanese prods.] [Dockworkers Bill O'CARROLL, Bill O'CARROLL, Junior - disagree on call for trade barriers to protect United States companies] [Econ. Tom ROEHL - cites possibility trade barriers will backfire.] Japan's investments in N.W. examined as illustrated by joint Weyerhaeuser-Japan paper mill supplying "USA Today" and Tokyo newspaper; details given. [Union Bay Sportswear spokesperson Richard LENTZ - cites importance of area's new international fashion industry]

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