ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.
(Windsor: Hilary Brown) The economic impact of hoof-and-mouth disease in Britain featured; details given of the slaughter of livestock to stop the spread of the disease and the plight of tourist venues across the nation. [Plas Y Brenin Outdoor Center Ian PETER - says we have no income now.] [British Tourist Authority CEO Jeff HAMBLIN - cites the tourist trade.] [In the city, shopkeeper Gemma BARRETT - says business is okay.]
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