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Gross National Product and Inflation #469832

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 19, 1973
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(Studio) Rate of inflation for 1973 at 6% for first quarter. gross national product expanding at rate which country can't absorb. Inflation a result of many factors.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Mobile, Alabama) So much flood water has entered Mobile, Alabama, bay that salt water fish have left bay. Shrimp and crab boats remain at port. Fish prices high and expected to go even higher as result. Flooding has also polluted bay to such an extent that all oystering has been ordered halted. Fishermen want disaster relief.
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Jones, Kenley;
Chancellor, John

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