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Economy / Trade Deficit #315898

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 27, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) 1st quarter trade deficit reported

(NYC: Ray Brady) Factors underlying trade deficit figs. and implications for country's economy considered; details outlined on screen. [Sandmeyer Steel Company spokesperson Ronald SANDMEYER, Mack Trucks spokesperson John CURCIO - are optimistic.] West Germany's gummy bear exports to United States cited as example of Americans' continued import problems. [Gummy bear importer John Simmons Company SPOKESPERSON - notes West Germany's product is superior.] [Bicycle shop owner Salvatore CORSO - explains manufacturer of United States bikes in Taiwan.]

Brady, Ray;
Schieffer, Bob

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