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Japan: The Future (Part III) #566916

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 17, 1989
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Keith Miller) US-Japanese relations featured; details given, scenes shown. [Japanese busman. Kio TAKAFUJI - says United States economy is linked to Japan's economy] Strained trade relations between countries discussed. [TAKAFUJI - says he feels pulled between cultures.] Japanese government reported bdcsting. "Sesame Street"; details given. Exs. given of Japanese economy problems; scenes shown. [TAKAFUJI -comments on planning to marry American photographer Lucy Birmingham.] [McKinsey and Company spokesperson Kenichi OHMAE - comments on solving problems.] Innovative changes within Japan discussed. [Tskuba Univ. spokesperson Hideo SATO - comments on school's teachings.] [TAKAFUJI - comments on differences he has with his father.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Miller, Keith

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