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Navy Shipbuilding / Steel Industry / Japanese Steel #491134

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 31, 1977
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(Studio) Report on new Navy ship being built in Seattle shipyard, near steel plant.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Seattle, WA) Report with regard to fact that Lockheed builds Navy ship with steel from Japan because it's priced lowest, when United States commercial ships are required to be made with United States steel. [Lockheed spokesperson Larry HOUK - notes Navy approval of use of Japanese steel.] Bethlehem Steel has plant about 1 mile away. Steel execs.' plans for trip to Congress cited.
REPORTER: Lou Dobbs (KING-TV newsfilm)

Chancellor, John

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