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US-Mexico Relations / Salinas-Bush Meeting / Salinas Interview #575533

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 10, 1990
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Arrival of Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari in United States for trade talks with President Bush reported; scenes shown from Andrews Air Force Base, MD.

(Mexico City: Deborah Norville) Exclusive interview with Salinas about Mexico's economic problems given. [SALINAS - says Mexico needs freer trade with US.] [Eastman Kodak CEO Kay WHITMORE - says United States needs to work more closely with its closest allies.] [SALINAS - says if we can't export more, Mexicans will seek employment in US.] Strain in relations due to United States role in abduction of Dr. Humberto Alvarez, who was involved in the 1985 killing of drug agent Enrique Camarena Salazar, reviewed. [SALINAS - says responsibility for fighting drug trafficking lies in Mexican hands.]

(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Further coverage of Salinas interview on tomorrow's "Today" show noted.

Norville, Deborah;
Williams, Mary Alice

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