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US-Vietnam Relations / Trade Embargo Ending / Ho Chi Minh City #598067

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(Washington: Tom Pettit) The reaction to President Clinton's decision to resume trade with Vietnam examined. [At the Vietnam War Memorial, three VETERANS; retired United States Army General William WESTMORELAND, son of MIA (missing in action) pilot Al LUNDY, former Senator Eugene McCARTHY - comment on Vietnam, trade, the MIAs search, the war and reconciliation.]

(Ho Chi Minh City: Lucky Severson) Signs of the war in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, featured; scenes shown. [Vietnamese tour guide LE Tanh Banh - says he tries to forget the war, but he has many friends missing in action; talks about the "closing."]

(Studio: Brian Williams) This week's passage in American foreign policy cited as the moment of the week; scenes shown of President Clinton making last Thursday's speech that reversed 30 years of foreign policy.

Pettit, Tom;
Severson, Lucky;
Williams, Brian

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