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(Studio: Garrick Utley) President Clinton and his plans to present his economic projects to the nation and to Congress reported; scenes shown of Clinton leaving church.
(Washington: Irving R. Levine) The goal of the Clinton plan of creating jobs that begins with an investment tax credit analyzed; examples cited. [Interflo Technologies president Irving WOLBROM, Peat Marwick economist Rudolph PENNER - comment on aspects of the stimulus program.] The loss of jobs due to cuts in defense and space spending noted. [Defense worker Elaine LOVELESS - worries.] [Economist William NISKANEN - questions Clinton's handling of the deficit and taxing the rich.]
(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.
(Washington: Jeff Madrick) The creation of new jobs by opening up export markets examined; trade negotiations with Japan and Europe noted. [Trade Representative Mickey KANTOR - says the administration wants to open markets.] [AFL-CIO trade specialist Mark ANDERSON - comments on the administration's approach.]
- Levine, Irving R.;
- Madrick, Jeff;
- Utley, Garrick
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