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Miami, Florida / Summit of the Americas / Trade / NAFTA #726673

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 10, 1994
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Miami: Jerry King) President Clinton's hosting of the Summit of the Americas to discuss free trade featured; scenes shown from Miami; details given of the skepticism about free trade. [CLINTON - says the hemisphere will become the world's largest market.] [Administration advisor David GERGEN†, US trade representative Mickey KANTOR†, First Lady Hillary CLINTON - talk about free trade.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The demonstrations in Miami demanding a free Cuba shown.

(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The success of NAFTA examined; statistics cited on California exports to Mexico in 1994. [Directed Electronic Inc. Darrell ISSA†- says there is an attitude change.] [San Diego Mayor Susan GOLDING†- says myths about Mexico are being dispelled.] [Business analyst Charles McMILLION†- talks about job losses & pay cuts in the US.] [Business attorney Tom SHOESMITH†- denies NAFTA is depressing US jobs.]

Brown, Aaron;
King, Jerry;
Rooney, Brian

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