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Economy: North American Free Trade Agreement / Perot-Gore Debate / Mexican Market #145268

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(White House: Brit Hume) Announcement that Vice President Al Gore will debate Ross Perot on the topic of the North American Free Trade Agreement on "The Larry King Show" featured. [President CLINTON, GORE, PEROT, Gore chief of staff Jack QUINN - comment.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The issue of whether American jobs would be lost or gained from NAFTA introduced.

(Hunt Valley, MD: Jim Angle) The impact of NAFTA on prices of American products in Mexico examined; the case of Procter and Gamble cited as an example of a company seeking the elimination of tariffs and thus creating more jobs in the US. [Procter and Gamble's Carroll BODIE - cites cost in the Mexico market.] The export of autos and industrial equipment noted. [Ellicott Machine Corporation president Peter BOWE - cites opportunities in Mexico.]

Angle, Jim;
Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter

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