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Japan / United States Auto Plants #284418

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 23, 1982
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(Studio) Extent of Japanese auto plants in United States noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Detroit, Michigan) [General Motor employee Dennis VISLOSKY - notes impact of robots on job.] Japan's agreement with General Motors for purchase of robots and to market Isuzu subcompacts noted; television commercial shown. [M.I.T. spokesperson Harley SHAIKEN - doesn't think Isuzu will replace Chevrolet Chevette.] [GM chairperson Roger SMITH - notes extent of corp.] [Employee Tim CLIFTON - thinks General Motors Corporation will be helped competitively b buying Japanese autos.] General Motors Corporation response noted.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan

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