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Economy: Recovery #579133

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 31, 1991
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(Studio: Katherine Couric) Two examinations of the prospects for economic recovery introduced.

(New York: Mike Jensen) The job market for 1992 examined; the road to an economic recovery outlined. [Carpet salesman Robert CAPANO, student Guirlene FRANCOIS, luggage store owner K.H. SHAD - comment.] Announcement by jewelry chain Zale Corporation of its cutbacks noted. [Actress Patricia PHILLIPS, ENGLISHWOMAN - talk about sales.]

(Washington: Irving R. Levine) Cures for the ailing economy reviewed; threats to United States business from Japan and the European trading bloc detailed. [At auto show, police officer Tim NELSON; Nordskog Corp. Robert NORDSKOG, Institution of International Economics C. Fred BERGSTEN - talk about aspects of the economy.] [Albertine Enterprises Jack ALBERTINE - says tax cut is critical for consumer.] The economic issue in campaign '92 mentioned.

(Studio: Katherine Couric; Washington: Irving R. Levine; New York: Mike Jensen) Recovery from the recession discussed.

Reporter(s):
Levine, Irving R.;
Couric, Katherine;
Jensen, Mike
Duration:
00:05:40

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