CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 28, 1980
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(Studio) Trade deficit for October reported; imports and exports for same period noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Phillipsburg, New Jersey) Efforts by Ingersol-Rand Corporation to keep up with foreign orders noted. [Enrico GRILLO - comments.] United States exports since 1970 graphed on screen, discussed. [Gordon HAYFORD - comments.] Estimated role of exports in United States employment picture noted. [Corporation spokesperson William WEARLY - comments.] Problems in selling United States exports to Japan and resulting call for domestic action discussed.
REPORTER: Ray Brady
(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Consett, England) [BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) BROADCASTER - announces closing of steel works.] Impact on Consett of steel mill's closing examined. [John BARRETT - comments.] General unemployment situation in Britain noted. [TV ANNOUNCER - details situation.] Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's ratings noted plummeting as unemployment increases; psychological impact of unemployment on its victims cited. [Dennis MEADOW - comments.] Friedrich Engels' assessment of British working man recalled.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton
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