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Japan / Prefabricated Homes #305281

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Tokyo, Japan) Success of Japan's prefabricated home industry examined. [Hideyaki NICHIJIMA - (thru translator) notes pre-fab hsing. here is of good quality.] Purchasing process of prefabricated homes outlined. [National Association of Home Builders spokesperson Martin MINTZ - expects United States buyers of Japanese homes.] [Builder David SMITH - doesn't see Japan penetrating United States hsing. ind.] [MINTZ - notes Detroit had same misperception.] Automation of Japanese homes described; homeowner (named) cited as example
REPORTER: Wyatt Andrews

Andrews, Wyatt;
Kuralt, Charles

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