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Washington Notebook (Economy: Small Business Woes) #346603

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 26, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Hard times for small businesses in the recession examined; scenes shown from a mall in Rockville, MD. [Little Caesar's manager Joe RALEIGH, National Federation of Independent Business John MOTLEY - comment.] Labor Department statistics on the plight of small businesses cited. [Montgomery County chamber of commerce Rona KRAMER - says financing is the problem.] [Wednesday in Greensboro, North Carolina, President BUSH - says helping small business is the key to his agenda.] Bush's bill to give small businesses tax relief noted. [Representative John LaFALCE - says previously the Bush administration opposed financing of small businesses.] [Store owner Joan FARRELL - talks about survival.]

Schieffer, Bob

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