CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 22, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Detroit, Michigan) Chrysler's record 1st quarter earnings, General Motors, Ford profits for same period outlined on screen; implications of auto industry's upswing for national economy recovery examined. [Chrysler vice president Robert MILLER - praises situation.] New car sales noted still down from 1978 figs. [Auto analyst David HEALY - discusses companies' measures to increase earnings.] [UAW president Doug. FRASER - believes companies should expect to compensate workers in 1984 negotiations for past sacrifices.]
REPORTER: Frank Currier
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