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Thanks for the suggestion. We had actually tried that--and it works. It may help to explain a bit what we were doing. Because Asian font handling was broken in FrameMaker 5 and 6 (and we were still running mainly 6 and 7 on Macs and only recently upgraded a couple of our licenses to FrameMaker 9), we were running a few jobs in FrameMaker 4 (incredibly enough; it had everything we needed and handled Asian fonts well). So we were importing a Frame 4 job into Frame 9 via MIF and also directly via the "click-on" upgrade path. Doing that tended to screw up the spacing of the punctuation within Asian > English punctuation. On the other hand, keying the Chinese followed by English punctuation directly in Frame 9 works just fine. This is a case where "import" or "update" seems not to work, but keying directly does. I hope that this explanation helps.
Thanks for your suggestions, though. Helpful.