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Economy: Economic Indicators / Clinton #350792

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 04, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Slowing of the economy as evidenced by the leading economic indicator figures for the month cited.

(New York: Ray Brady) The economic situation analyzed. [Carnegie Fabrics owner Bob GOLDMAN, economist Philip BRAVERMAN, President CLINTON, economist Donald STRASZHEIM - comment on the economy.] The need for jobs for there to be a true economic recovery noted.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Concession by Clinton that his administration must refocus on the economy examined. [CLINTON - comments.] [Political analyst Doug BAILEY - says Clinton must prioritize.] [Representative Jim BUNNING - attacks taxes.] The policy issue of the war in Bosnia mentioned. [Representative Bill ZELIFF - worries about Bosnia.] The need for Clinton to "sell" his Bosnia strategy to the people and to Congress mentioned.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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