August 1981
National Review;8/7/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p903
The section presents news briefs concerning global issues as of August 1981. Food and manufactured-goods exporters from the U.S. are struggling to maintain their business with Iraq. Chinese authorities removed several posters of women in the streets in response to the letters of complaint sent by Chinese citizens. Belize will be acceded independence in 1981.


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