Bush lifts S. African sanctions

July 10, 1991

President Bush today lifted the five-year-old economic sanctions against South Africa.

Bush, acting in the face of opposition from some key Democrats and the NAACP, said he expected continued progress toward equality, and added that an arms embargo would remain in effect.

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