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US-Japan Relations / Japanese Purchases #568610

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 22, 1989
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Purchase of United States cattle companies and other business by Japanese busmen. examined; details given, scenes shown. [Monterey cattle feeder Dick BREIEN - comments on situation.] [Nisshinbo spokesperson Kaz FUJISAKI - comments on benefits of owning United States companies] Recent US-Japan trade agreement reviewed. [Trade specialist Dr. Michael BORRUS - comments on situations.] [Fresno meat packer David STELFOX, cotton-grape farmer A.J. YEATES - say US-Japanese trade is not reciprocal.] [FUJISAKI -says he's trying to assimilate into American culture.] [BORRUS - fears that result of Japanese influx will cause United States industry to lose its autonomy.]

Brokaw, Tom

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