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U.S. to Allow Chinese Consulate in L.A.
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Morrison, Patt
Date: Feb 26, 1987
Start Page: 30
Section: 1; Metro Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

No site or opening date has been fixed for the consulate, which will become Beijing's fifth in the United States. As part of the reciprocal agreement, the United States has been granted the right to open its own fifth consulate, in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, although State Department spokeswoman Debbie Cavin said there are no plans to do that "in the near future."

A State Department spokesman indicated that the delay in opening the Wuhan consulate is tied to budget restrictions, saying, "It would be natural to assume that one of the reasons for our not establishing a consulate in Wuhan is a matter of money."

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