Clinton trip to Europe

December 1993
Business America;12/13/93 -12/27/93, Vol. 114 Issue 25, preceding p1
Trade Publication
Reports on President Bill Clinton's trip to Europe and Russia in January 1994 to reaffirm the importance of Europe to American political, economic, and security interests. President's itinerary.


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