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High Technology / Sunbelt #289078

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 14, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Austin, Texas) Silicon Valley's role in California's economy recalled; movement out of region by many high tech firms examined. [Association Bay Area Govts. spokesperson Ray BRADY - notes economy involved in leaving area.] Impact of Proposition 13 on local govts.' ability to provide services high tech workers demand noted. [Rolm Corporation spokesperson Richard MOLEY - notes high cost of living in region.] Migration of high tech firms to Austin, Texas, noted. [Austin Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Ben HEAD - explains city's attraction to industry] [Rolm mgrs. Doug and Kathy STONE - note more reasonable lifestyle in Austin than in California.] Other towns attracting high tech companies discussed. [Raleigh, North Carolina, Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Steve KELLY - describes benefits of city.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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