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US-Japan Trade / Three Disputes #587886

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 04, 1992
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(Studio: Michele Gillen) President Bush noted heading for the economic summit that begins Monday in Germany.

(Munich: Irving R. Levine) The three disputes over microchips, rice imports and the growing trade deficit that are causing trade tensions between United States and Japan examined. [US trade representative Carla HILLS - says Japan must open its trade doors.] [Heritage Foundation Seth CROPSEY - comments on rice politics.] Assurances from Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa that Japan would buy more United States goods recalled. [Tokyo banker Kenneth COURTIS - comments.] Fear of Bush's administration that Japan will do little to solve the grievances noted.

Levine, Irving R.;
Gillen, Michele

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