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Economy: Unempl. #318800

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 07, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Labor Department's civilian unempl. figs. illustration Worker productivity discussed. Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Brady) Japanese TV ad shown. US, Japan and West German worker output figs. illustration [Econ. Bennett HARRISON - says American mgrs. are causing problems, not average workers.] Management styles of United States and Japan compared. [MEN - say some companies are dictatorships.] [Econ. Haruo SHIMADA - comments on worker-manager relations] United States companies' failure to reinvest in their own firms discussed. [Labor economy Greg TARPINIAN - urges United States companies to invest profits in United States rather than abroad.] New Bal. athletic shoe company featured. [WORKER - comments on her job.]

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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