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Munich, Germany / Economic Summit / The Issues #587899

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 05, 1992
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(Studio: Michele Gillen) Report introduced.

(Munich: Irving R. Levine) Agenda for this week's economic summit in Munich, Germany, featured; scenes shown of President Bush's meeting with French President Francois Mitterrand, and of other G-7 leaders arriving in Munich. [Treasury Secretary Nicholas BRADY - comments on movement of funds out of the IMF to Russia.] [Goldman Sachs vice chairman Robert HORMATS - says leaders will blame others for domestic problems.] [US trade representative Carla HILLS - says recession is a poor climate for trade liberalization.] [Institution for International Economics C. Fred BERGSTEN - comments on the summit.]

Levine, Irving R.;
Gillen, Michele

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