CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 23, 1982
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(Studio) New York City subway system reported ordering number cars from Canadian firm; details given.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Tokyo, Japan) State of Japanese subway business and Japan's displeasure over anti-Japanese sentiment in United States examined. [Buffalo transit authority spokesperson Ted BECK - would prefer United States car.] Kawasaki's success in Philadelphia and New York City noted. [Budd Company president James McNEAL - prefers US co.] [Tokyo Car Company spokesperson Yojro TAWARAGI - thinks United States needs transit vehicles.]
REPORTER: Gordon Joseloff
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