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Money Matters: Trade Deficit, Auto Imports, Stock Market #100739

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 31, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Jarriel) November trade deficit, affected by Japanese and South Korean auto imports, reported

(NYC: Dan Cordtz) Growing popularity of Korean imports, autos and other prods., examined; details given, scenes shown. [Hyundai dealer Bob RUTHEN - cites demand for car.] [Blue Chip Electronics spokesperson John ROSSI - praises Korean computer.] ["TV Digest and Consumer Elect" spokesperson Dave LACHENBRUCH - notes Korea's inroads in color television imports.] Related statistics outlined on screen. [Textile Mfrs. Institution spokesperson Carlos MOORE - fears for United States economy] Differences in Korea and Japan export econs. explained. [Brookings Institution spokesperson Lawrence KRAUSE - analyzes situation.]

(Studio: Tom Jarriel) Stk. Mkt. Report

Cordtz, Dan;
Jarriel, Tom

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