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Teng Visit #58276

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 05, 1979
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(Studio) Chinese vice-premier Teng Hsiao-ping's departure from Seattle on conclude of United States visit reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Seattle, WA) Details given about Teng's departure from Boeing flight center; his head cold mentioned. [Teng INTERPRETER - reads statement about opposition to hegemony by United States and China since 1972 Shanghai Communique.] President Carter's upcoming visit to China reported Chinese view of their successes in United States described. USSR and Vietnam mentioned.
REPORTER: Jim Laurie

(Seattle, WA) Report on differences that will now be evident in United States foreign policy, with new relations with China. Outlook for industry and political dvts. detailed. Possible effects on US-USSR relations noted. Experts' predictions that Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev can be expected to come to United States in spring to sign Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II, despite Teng's statements while on United States visit, reported.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore

Dunsmore, Barrie;
Laurie, Jim;
Reynolds, Frank

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