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United States Ind. / Mexico #455544

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 26, 1971
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(Studio) Some firms can compete better by moving to Mexico.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Nogales, Mexico) Cheap labor in good supply; United States companies move across border. Saxophone company featured. 35 cents/hr. paid Mexican worker.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

(Nogales, Arizona) Polishing and testing done at United States plant. No duty paid on unassembled parts; small duty on completed instruments. [Bank ofr. W.G. WILCOX - speaks of benefits of relationship with Mexico.] [Labor leader Darwin AYCOCK - views concept as use of coolie labor.]
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

Lord, Arthur;
Utley, Garrick

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