CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 24, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Problems resulting from influx of East German refugees into West Germany examined; scenes shown from Hamburg, West Germany. [Social services director Brigitte EBERLE - describes reactions of West Germans.] [Refugee Wolfgang ANDREAS - (thru translator) comments on conditions in Hamburg.] Economic implications of East German problem for West Germany cited. [Deutsche Bank chief economist Norbert WALTER - says social benefits will have to be financed by West Germans.] [At Volkswagen factory, two WORKERS - (thru translator) comment on changes.] [WALTER - says West Germany has a vital economy for reunification.] [EBERLE - says East Germans need to stay at home.]
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