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Economy: American Business and Government #132839

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 22, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Alexandria, Virginia: Cokie Roberts) Calls for government support of American industries examined; scenes shown from Japanese auto plant in Maryville, Ohio. [Motorola CEO George FISHER - says United States has lost the lead in technologies.] [Democratic presidential candidate Paul TSONGAS - campaigns.] [Representative Sam GEJDENSON - criticizes government.] Administration's decision to put some government funds into developing new technologies like high-definition television and super-fast magnetic railways noted. [OMB director Richard DARMAN - comments.] [FISHER - commends government role.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, Cokie;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:02:50

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