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ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 21, 1983
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ABC special report re: debts owed by developing countries such as Poland, Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico hosted by Pierre Salinger. Examines relationship between developing countries and international banks of the industrialized world in light of recent debt crisis in Mexico. Report from William Sherman.
Interviews with Senator Charles Mathias, Foreign Relations Committee; Felix Rohatyn, Sr. Partner Lazard Freres; George J. Clark, Executive VP Citicorp; Donald Regan, Secretary of the Treasury; Senator John Heinz, Senate Banking Committee; John Heimann, Fmr Currency Comptroller; Fmr British Prime Minister Edward Heath; Julio Salvar, President Argentina Central Bank; Mary Gibbens, Former Morgen Trust London Vice President; Jack Clark, City Bank Vice President; Humberto da Costa Pinto Jr, Brazilian Industrialist; Ernane Galveas, Brazilian Finance Minister; Claude Pierre Bausolette, Credit Lyonnais; Jose Serrano, Central Bank of Brazil; Robert Blocker, Fmr VP Chase Manhattan Brazil; Anthony Sampson; Jean Pierre Fraise, Chairman Bankers Association of the Bahamas; Peter Greene, Mabon Nugent-Godsell & Co.; Tony Constance; Sr. VP Manufacturers Hanover; Tom Macy; Rep. Jim Leach, House Banking Committee; C. Fred Bergsten, Dir. Institute for International Economics; Robert McNamara, Fmr. President World Bank; Jaques de la Rosierre, IMF Director; Rep. Frank Annunzio, House Banking Committee; and Rep. Fernand St. Germain, Chairman House Banking Committee.
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