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Economy: Bankruptcies / Debt #164562

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 08, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Stark) The increase in personal bankruptcies that is linked to credit card debt examined; statistics cited. [Federal bankruptcy court Judge Duncan KEIR - says consumers do not have reserves of discretionary income.] [Visa United States of America senior vice president Kenneth CRONE - comments.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Marist Institution poll on the people's concerns about making ends meet cited.

(Washington: Deborah Weiner) Consumers' personal debt examined. [Debt- ridden Diane SINCLAIR, sociologist Robert MANNING, debtor Patrick DARNELL, National Federation for Consumer Debt William FURMANSKI, Darnell's WIFE - comment on aspects of debt.]

Simpson, Carole;
Stark, Lisa;
Weiner, Deborah

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