CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) New agreement between Mexico and International Monetary Fund outlined.
(On the road to Laredo: Juan Vasquez) Possible political unrest for Mexico resulting from terms of IMF agreement examined; scenes shown. ["ARTURO" - (thru translator) explains going to US.] Mexico's various economy problems detailed. [Laid-off WORKERS - (thru translator) accuse government of creating unemployment.] [Econ. Salvador KALIFA - notes number new jobs necessary annually.] [Carnegie Endowment spokesperson Jorge G. CASTENADA - describes sense of despair in Mexico.] [MAN - (thru translator) describes cost of living.]
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