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Eye On America (Pearl Harbor / Japanese Cartels / US Auto Industry) #336518

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 02, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor 50 years ago this week briefly recalled; animation and historical footage shown; audio excerpt played. Report introduced.

(Long Beach, California: Wyatt Andrews) Japanese auto parts manufacturing cartels inside the United States featured. [Auto parts manufacturer Dennis GORMLY - comments on Japanese Keiretsu.] Keiretsu defined. [Author Pat CHOATE - comments on impact of Keiretsu on United States companies.] [Senator Don RIEGLE - says Japan has predatory trading policy.] Japanese argument that cooperating companies within the Keiretsu make superior parts noted. [Auto WORKER - comments on problems with American-made parts.] [Vice president, Toyota motor sales, United States of America James OLSON - says Americans should "quit complaining and get competitive."]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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