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Economy: Holiday Shopping / The Consumer in United States and Britain #132575

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 01, 1991
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(White House: Ann Compton) Economic worries during the holiday shopping season featured; plans for White House team to deliver outline of an economic recovery plan to Congress noted. [Representatives Dan ROSTENKOWSKI, Newt GINGRICH, Richard GEPHARDT - talk about the economy, actions for recovery and leadership.]

(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Reports introduced.

(Washington: Kathleen deLaski) The recession, the consumer and news reports about both examined; scenes shown of television news reporters talking about the recession and of President Bush's mall shopping trip. [Consumer economist Fabian LINDEN - says each consumer has his own economic life.] [Consumer analyst George ROSENBAUM - comments.]

(London: Mike Lee) Impact of the recession on Britain featured; scenes shown from London. [SHOPPER - comments.] [In Parliament Labour Party leader Neil KINNOCK - blames British Prime Minister John Major.]

Reporter(s):
Compton, Ann;
Lee, Mike;
Sawyer, Forrest;
deLaski, Kathleen
Duration:
00:05:00

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