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June 4, 1991
Once again, the double standard toward China enforced by the Bush Administration has become blatantly apparent. President Bush has announced he plans to renew China's most-favored nation (MFN) trade status, which entitles it to sell goods to the United States at the lowest possible tariffs (Part A, May 28). Despite China's record on human rights, weapon proliferation and economic trade practices, Bush continues to take a soft stance toward China.
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June 4, 1991
Once again, the double standard toward China enforced by the Bush Administration has become blatantly apparent. President Bush has announced he plans to renew China's most-favored nation (MFN) trade status, which entitles it to sell goods to the United States at the lowest possible tariffs (Part A, May 28). Despite China's record on human rights, weapon proliferation and economic trade practices, Bush continues to take a soft stance toward China.
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May 7, 1991 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The much ballyhooed and controversial "Miss Saigon" and a late arrival on Broadway, "The Will Rogers Follies," lead the pack of Tony nominations announced Monday with 11 nominations apiece. Neither show received consistently enthusiastic reviews--yet another indication of the slender pickings in the contemporary Broadway musical field. They were joined in the race for the best musical award by "Once on This Island" and "The Secret Garden."
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December 9, 2000 | DIANE HAITHMAN
ART Looted Klimt Painting Returned: Ending a 13-year legal battle, a French court ordered the city of Strasbourg on Friday to surrender a Gustav Klimt painting seized by the Nazis and later purchased at a discount by local authorities. The court ordered that the 1909 painting "Die Erfuellung" be returned to the children of Jewish Austrian textiles trader and art collector Karl Grunwald, who shipped some of his treasures off to France from Vienna in the late 1930s.
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April 30, 1995 | Sean Mitchell, Sean Mitchell is an occasional contributor to Calendar
Neil Simon flew back into town the other day from New York, leaving the premiere of one play, "London Suite," for the West Coast premiere of another--"Laughter on the 23rd Floor," now in previews at the Doolittle and opening Thursday. This conjunction of bi-coastal opening nights was not in itself remarkable for America's most tireless playwright.
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