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London / Economic Summit / United States Economy #581683

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 14, 1991
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(London: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(London: Irving R. Levine) Impact of what is decided at the London summit on the American economic recovery examined; details given of President Bush's key summit objective of lower interest rates and the opposition to it by German Chancellor Helmut Kohl. [British high school graduate Richard HAY - says it is impossible to get a job.] Unemployment rates in the summit countries compared. [Treasury Secretary Nicholas BRADY, German economist Norbert WALTER, Pitler Machine Tools chairman Dieter WEIDEMANN, economist Jeffrey FAUX - offer differing opinions on interest-rate levels.] Fact that each country looks out for its own economic interests reiterated.

(London: Garrick Utley) The food and wine that will be served here tonight mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Levine, Irving R.;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:00

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