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Hungary / Political and Economic Change (Part III) #400113

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 22, 1995
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) Report introduced.

(Budapest, Hungary: Andrew Holtz) The impact of industrial change on the people of Hungary, which is undergoing political and economic change in the post-Communist era, examined; scenes shown from a plant. [Elso Pesti Mill cooperative Marianna HIDVEGI, labor inspectorate Miksa KUK (thru translator), labor inspectorate Andras BEKES, ministry of welfare Dr. Mihaly KOKENY - talk about the shift to safety standards in the workplace in a time of difficult economic conditions.] Moves to deal with auto air exhaust air pollution and toxic waste noted. [Elgoscar International Balasz MAGYAR - (thru translator) says the residential water has kerosene in it.]

Bowker, Hilary;
Holtz, Andrew

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