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Economy: Bush-Kohl Meeting / Trade / Skilled Workers #585638

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 21, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Washington: Henry Champ) Meeting between President Bush and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl to discuss trade and economic issues featured; scenes shown. [BUSH - comments on Congress.] Results given of "Newsweek" poll on approval ratings of Bush and Governor Bill Clinton and whether Bush or Clinton would do a better job with the economy.] [CLINTON - comments on the economy.] [WOMAN, MAN - comment on politics.] United States Chamber of Commerce reported declaring that the recession is over.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Interview held with investment banker Robert Hormats. [HORMATS - talks about impact of German and Japanese trade, Japan's recession, what Kohl must think of the US.] Report introduced.

(Washington: Irving R. Levine) "Recession dividend" of more skilled workers due to their return to school featured. [Joan OZELLO - talks about competition.] Increase in graduate school enrollments during the recession noted. [American University professor Robert LOSEY - talks about why people are going back to school.] [Joseph LANDA - talks about getting his Ph.D.] [Bellsouth Corporation CEO John CLENDENIN - says jobs are getting more demanding.]

Levine, Irving R.;
Champ, Henry;
Utley, Garrick

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