NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 18, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.
(Tokyo: Brad Willis) The economic ties between Japan and United States and the impact of Japan's economic problems on the United States featured; various Japanese economic scenes shown. [Nomura Securities Nobumitsu KAGAMI, economist Kenneth COURTIS - talk about the ripple effect.] Justice Department said planning to apply antitrust law against other nations in order to open up the world market. [Assistant attorney general James RILL - comments.] Japan's view that it is still winning the economic war with the United States mentioned.
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