CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 05, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Detroit: Gary Reaves) Impact of oversupply and foreign competition upon United States auto sales examined; scenes shown from auto shows in Detroit, Michigan. ["Automobile Magazine" David DAVIS, Chrysler Motors president Robert LUTZ, Oldsmobile general manager Michael LOSH - comment on situation.] Unemployment of auto workers reported rising. [Laid-off auto worker Debbie ANDERSON - comments on losing her job.] [Auto industry analyst Thomas O'GRADY - explains Japanese goals in United States auto market.] [General Motors vice president J.T. BATTENBERG, "Automotive News" Keith CRAIN - comment on future of United States auto industry.]
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