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Concerning Sung-Ching's networking efforts in Puerto Rico and the United States. McCormack notes Sung-Ching's upcoming visits to Puerto Rico for the Olympic meeting and the United States. He is interested in meeting important people he can meet on behalf of the All China Sports Federation to make their case for joining world sports federations.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979June 5
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McCormack informs Russ Emerson that IMG [International Management Group] has just concluded a contract with China involving the exporting of Chinese sports teams and the sale of television rights of sporting events within China. He suggests that there might be some projects where they might get involved together. He indicates that he looks forward to hearing from Emerson with reference to the Bay Hill... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 19
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McCormack informs the Corporate Policy Committee that they will be discussing China at the upcoming Corporate Policy Meeting. He attaches material which he and Rick Avory recently presented to the Chinese in Peking. Enclosure not with memo.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 13
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McCormack notes that IMG was honoured to sign an agreement with the All-China Sports Federation and the China Central Television, which has arranged the worldwide T.V. rights sales of many international sports events in China, a six city tour of the U. S. A. by Chinese gymnastics team, a Bjorn Borg exhibition match in Guangzhou, and a visit of Muhammad Ali to Beijing.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1980Sept.
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McCormack informs Jan D. Steinmann that there are currently only three million television sets in use in China but that all five Japanese television manufacturers are busy making and exporting these sets into China. He notes that the CCTV [China Central Television] people are looking for dramatic improvements in these numbers.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 14
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McCormack writes Jan D. Steinmann concerning promotional films in China. He indicates that during meetings in Peking with CCTV [China Central Television], it became known that Westinghouse has paid CCTV to transmit a promotional film about Westinghouse's new plant within China on Chinese television. McCormack explains that the Chinese people would put on other films of this kind for the appropriate fe... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 14
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McCormack informs Robert D. Kain that the Chinese would like them to handle the travel arrangements, tournament entries, and merchandising for all of their tennis players. He indicates that the tennis players are not all that good but not all that bad, as Borg and Alexander can confirm, and notes that the Chinese would also like them to arrange coaching. McCormack identifies ways i which they could "m... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 14
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Concerning a potential figure skating tour in China in June 1981, sponsored by Westinghouse Electric.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1981Feb. 6
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McCormack writes regarding International Management Group becoming more closely involved with sports in China. He suggests a film on sports in China, and television rights.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1978Jan. 25
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McCormack sends Richard Avory a copy of Bud Stanner's memo with reference to the Chinese Gymnastic Tour. He indicates that he would like Avory's thoughts as to how they should submit what to the Chinese. Enclosure not with letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1979Nov. 17