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Iraq Invasion of Kuwait / Oil Impact / Iraq Exports #130375

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 20, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report on price of not doing business with Iraq given; details given of meetings of attorneys general from 24 states to protect public from price gouging by the oil companies and of representatives from major airlines to discuss a unified policy of raising air fares due to jet fuel price increases. Report introduced.

(Tulsa: Allan Dodds Frank) Impact of events on one United States company that trades with Iraq now that there is a government ban on such trade featured; scenes shown from Centrifugal Casting Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma, that makes cast iron water pipes. [Iraqi commerce counselor Yousif al-ANI, company president Tom McKEE - comment on their deal.] [US OFFICIAL - says Iraqi officials will continue to try to export goods from the US.]

Reporter(s):
Frank, Allan Dodds;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:02:20

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