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Iraq Invasion of Kuwait / Gas Prices #334532

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 08, 1990
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(New York: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(New York: Ray Brady) Impact of events on gasoline prices featured. [In address, President BUSH - asks oil companies to show restraint.] [Amoco chief economist Ted ECK, ARCO Products president George BABIKIAN - defend oil company options.] [Michigan Governor James BLANCHARD - criticizes oil industry.] [Citizen Action Ed ROTHSCHILD - says Bush has read riot act to oil executives.] Implications for budget noted. ......

(New York: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Scott Pelley) Oil industry in state of Texas examined; bench mark crude oil prices outlined on screen. [Oil WORKER - comments.] [Oil industry analyst Kep KEPLINGER - says oil industry has been devastated.] [Economist Bernard WEINSTEIN - talks about real estate problem.] [Independent oil producer Michel HALBOUTY - talks about oil market.]

Bradley, Ed;
Brady, Ray;
Pelley, Scott

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