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For. Tourists in US #258883

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 21, 1978
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(Studio) Report on decrease in cost of foreign visitors' tours in US.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) British television commercial shown. Details given about decrease in costs for foreign travelers in US, particularly due to devaluation of dollar and low air fares. [GUIDE - speaks to group in foreign language.] [Ceylon resident Rajaiya NADSAN - finds American prices cheaper than in Ceylon and England.] [Switzerland resident Michael LAURENT - says cars, food and appliances are cheaper in US.] [England resident Freda MERRYWEATHER - thinks clothes prices good.] [NADSAN - notes low air fare.] For. visitors' stops at Disneyland and in Washington, DC and New York City mentioned. [Scotland resident Hilary RUSSELL - likes American hamburgers.]

Brady, Ray;
Mudd, Roger

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