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Economy / Steady Unemployment #645728

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 03, 2001
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Detroit, Michigan: Anne Thompson) A steady unemployment rate reported. [Morgan Stanley senior economist William SULLIVAN - says wages are showing improvement.] [Trumack Assembly president and CEO Michael GUTHRIE - explains how he prevented making more layoffs.] [The Conference Board economist Ken GOLDSTEIN - says the consumer has driven the economy.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Redwood City, California: George Lewis) The continuing problems in the high-tech sector examined; details given of the decline of dot-com failures. [Laid- off worker George ASTACIO - says he tries to keep a clear mind.] [Bay Analytics James FORCIER - says the rate of slowdown is subsiding.

NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

Lewis, George;
Thompson, Anne;
Williams, Brian

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