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General Motors Strike #181342

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 26, 1998
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(Studio: Terry Moran) Report introduced.

(Flint, Michigan: Mark Mullen) The status of the General Motors strike featured; scenes shown of a convoy of trucks carrying dies for the new General Motors Corporation pickup back to Flint, Michigan; details given of the marathon negotiations between General Motors Corporation and the UAW. [Three STRIKERS, UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) Don SPILLMAN - comment on the dies.]

(New York: Bill Redeker) The costly General Motors Corporation strike examined. [Merrill Lynch Nick LOBACARRO - cites GM's billions in loses to date.] [In Santa Monica, California, sales manager Jerry COHEN - comments on business.] The increased sales of Ford and Chrysler cars during the General Motors Corporation strike because of lower GM inventories noted.

Moran, Terry;
Mullen, Mark;
Redeker, Bill

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