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Kiawah Island / Arab Investment #36382

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 25, 1975
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(Studio) Saudi Arabia and some other Arab cntrys. invest heavily in US; in some cases, situation causes controversy. Kuwaiti-owned resort island off SC arouses public protest.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Charleston, SC) Kiawah Island is investment for Kuwait. Jewish community demonstrates against Kuwaiti investment. [Charleston surgeon Dr. M. LIPTON - says Kuwait investment company leading proponent of boycotting by Arab cntrys. of 1500 United States businesses and discriminations against US citizens.] [Charleston broadcaster Ken GOODMAN - says Arabs buying up American land with American's own petro-dollars.] [Senior Vice President Kiawah Beach Company Frank BRUMLEY - claims there's no discrimination against Jews.]
REPORTER: Bill Wordham

Smith, Howard K.;
Wordham, Bill

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