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Auto Industry #511106

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 23, 1980
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(Studio) State of United States auto industry and problem of Japanese imports noted; Chrysler, Ford mentioned.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Government report dealing with crisis examined; details outlined on screen. [Trans. Secretary Neil GOLDSCHMIDT - notes political implications of layoffs for President Carter.] Carter said able to take action on report's recommendations without approval of Congress
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

(Studio) Anderson, IN, unemployment rate due to General Motors layoffs reported
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Anderson, IN) Situation faced by unemployed auto worker John Atkins said typical in Anderson; details given. [Attorney Tim LANANE, bank executive John OAKES, hospital administration Jerry BRUMMITT - advise unemployed workers.] Efforts by auto dealers in Anderson to ease situation outlined.
REPORTER: Jim Cummins

Brinkley, David;
Cummins, Jim;
Levine, Irving R.

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