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(Studio) UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) president Doug. Fraser noted on Capitol Hill today with regard to foreign car imports' affect on domestic auto industry
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(DC) Fraser's recent lobbying efforts in Japan, with Toyota, Datsun and Nissan recalled. [FRASER - calls for congress action, especially against Toyota and Nissan.] [Representative Charles VANIK - responds.] [Senator Don. RIEGLE - comments.] Japanese auto makers said testifying in near future.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw
(Los Angeles, California) Toyota imports and sales in south California area examined; films shown. Percentage of imports made in Japan and their brand names noted; import breakdown for individual states listed on screen. Reasons for their popularity noted. [Datsun salesman Bob MYLENEK - comments on mileage.] Efforts by General Motors to make smaller models mentioned.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer
- Geer, Stephen;
- Robinson, Max;
- Shaw, Bernard
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