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(Studio) Plight of United States steel industry noted illustrated by United States Steel's warning to workers of need for labor concessions.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(NYC) United States Steel's announcement of plant closings and number workers expected to lose jobs examined. [US Steel chairperson David RODERICK - defs. plans.] Company's planned closings illustrated on map; basis of decision explained. [United Steelworkers of America spokesperson Lynn WILLIAMS - condemns United States steel decision.] Wall Street's reaction to plant closings examined; details outlined on screen. [Steel analyst James RUDOLPH - anticipates higher steel profits in 1984 with plant closings.]
REPORTER: Ray Brady
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Anticipated impact of United States Steel's plant closing in Johnstown examined. [Unemployed worker Dave MASTERS, store owner David DIAMOND - discuss impact on individual lives, town.] [Mark BOWER - notes family's history in plant.]
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson
(Studio) United States Steel said dropping discussions with British corporation to import British steel; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
- Brady, Ray;
- Naverson, Andrea;
- Rather, Dan
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