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Artist or CreatorPaul Rigby
Title or Caption"It's going to be tough - he didn't even bring you a food parcel!!"
Extent1 item
Published byThe Sun
Date04 Jan 1972
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptDried Squid
Seaweed
Peral Harbour - 1972
Mr. Sato
Dollar - Yen
China
Formosa
U.S.- Japan Relations
Person DepictedNixon; Richard M. (Richard Milhous), (1913-1994)
Agnew; Spiro T., (1918-1996)
Sato; Eisaku (1901-1975)
NotesNews: 3 Jan: The world fish catch increased 10 per cent in 1970, the sharpest annual post-war gain, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation reported. Japan was the second leading nation with 9.3 tons.
News; 4 Jan: On the eve of a summit meeting between President Nixon and Mr Eisaku Sato, Prime Minister of Japan, Washington and Tokyo signed a three-year agreement to restrain the flow of man-made and woollen textile exports to the United States until September 30, 1974. Mr Nobuhiko Ushiba, Japan's Ambassador in America, said that for the past two years the question of Japanese exports to the United States had been "festering our mutual relations". [The Times]
SubjectsFood
fish
summit meetings
exchange rates
economic crises
foreign policy
Japanese
Japan
USA
vice-presidents
Presidents USA
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