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Our Computer Future (Part IV) #528541

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 13, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(DC) Use of international labor force by computer-oriented companies in United States examined; National Demographics cited as example [Company spokesperson Carl BICKERT - notes importance to economy of mkting. info.] National Demographics' use of Barbados labor for data processing described. [Min. of Ind. Bernard ST. JOHN - notes necessity for work in Barbados.] [BICKERT - explains company's decision to use Barbados labor.] [ST. JOHN - wants to attract industry] [AFSCME spokesperson Linda LAMPKIN - is concerned over exporting service jobs.] Concern by United States officials of loss of American computer jobs discussed.
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

(Studio) Next week's segments announced.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

Levine, Irving R.;
Wallace, Chris

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