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Seattle, Washington / World Trade Organization / Conference #627813

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 28, 1999
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) The high stakes in the World Trade Organization negotiations examined; details given of the "millennium round" trade issues and President Clinton's trade agenda. [National economic advisor Gene SPERLING - says this will be historic trade talks.] [US trade representative Charlene BARSHEFSKY - comments.] [Secretary of Commerce Richard DALEY - outlines the trade challenge for the US.]

(Seattle: George Lewis) Demonstrations in Seattle against the World Trade Organization meeting featured; scenes shown of the protests in Seattle, Geneva, Switzerland and Paris, France. [Out of work steelworkers John FAULK, Mary FLEURE - comment on worker exploitation and corporate greed.]

Lewis, George;
Palmer, John;
Seigenthaler, John

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