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Economy: Silicon Valley / Technological Competitiveness #138332

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 1992
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(Stanford University: Peter Jennings) The warning signs here in Silicon Valley that the United States will be less competitive in technology in the next century examined. [Intel Corporation computer chip maker CEO Andy GROVE - says the United States has the expertise, but not the industries and manufacturers.] [E-O head Alan ROSSMAN - says the United States is at a competitive disadvantage.] Endorsement of Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton over President Bush by much of Silicon Valley noted. [GROVE - worries about drift and decline in the country because of the lack of leadership.]

Jennings, Peter

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