Hosts answer questions on Reagan's visit to Cancun,foreign policies to Nicaragua and America's trade policies in Washington DC
Washington DC USA Date:1984, November 7 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
Television broadcast of Henry Trewhitt and Harry Ellis answering to the questions from a studio in Washington DC. A viewer asks a question from Belgrade. Cancun, Mexico: View of the coast of the city. President of the United States Ronald Wilson Reagan disembarks from the aircraft. The president with the officials. Harry Ellis speaks about the conference of industrial powers and of the developing nations. A viewer asks question from Oslo about the President's foreign policies to Nicaragua. People in Nicaragua. Henry Trewhitt states that the U.S. will not bear the socialist Sandinista government in Nicaragua. A viewer asks question from Seoul about America's trade policies. Harry Ellis speaks about the export of steel to Korea. Steel poles hooked are loaded on a transporter at dock. An overhead crane moves a furnace containing molten steel. Harry Ellis states that the president Reagan will work on protecting steel and automobile industry.
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