Top executives of the United States Export-Import Bank -- the commercial organ of the U.S.?
GV PAN Government building Taipei.
INT. CU Vice-President Yen greets Kearn
SV Yen & Kearn seated
CU Kearn PAN TO Yen
GV PAN Two men talking
GV EXT. Union building
CU INT. Kearn greeted by Fei
SV Fei greets others
SCU Kearn reading document PAN TO Fei
SV Dugan reading document PAN TO Kearn & Fie ditto
STV & GV Meeting in progress(2 shots)
GV EXT. Central Bank building
SV INT. Kearn & Dugan greeted by Yu
CU Kearn PAN TO Yu
CU Two men exchange gifts
Vice-President Yen greeting Kearn; two men talking; Kearn greeted by Fei; two men and others talking; Kearn and aids greeted by Yu; Yu and Kearn exchanging gifts.
Among the Chinese leaders whom Mr Kearn and his delegation met were the Taiwan Vice-President, Mr Yen Chia-kan; the Secretary-General of the Council for International Economic Co-operation and Development, Mr Walter Fai; and the Governor of the Central Bank, Mr K.H. Yu.
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Background: Top executives of the United States Export-Import Bank -- the commercial organ of the U.S. Government -- met Chinese leaders and businessmen in Taiwan during a three-day visit there this week. The delegation was led by the President and Chairman of the Bank, Mr. Henry Kearn.
The Export-Import Bank, founded in 1934 and made a permanent independent agency of the United States Government eleven years later, has a wide range of politic-economic powers -- including authority to extend credit in the U.S.A. to foreign nations and foreign private businesses.