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NBC Reports: Banking On The Brink #659500

NBC Special for Friday, Apr 22, 1983

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  • NBC news special report entitled "Banking on the Brink" which focuses on the banking industry's questionable strategy for foreign investments and effects of increasing deregulation in industry, hosted by Marvin Kalb.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from U.S. Treasury Secretary Donald Regan, Mexican Finance Minister Jesus Silva Herzog, Lord Harold Lever, Douglas Kellner, Rene Branch, Jim Otley, Robert Brooks, Gregory O'Deen, Clifton Poole, Jr., Representative Fernand St. Germain, Richard Cooley, Dan King, Julian Snyder, George Clark, Sir Jeremy Morse, Jose Corral, John Toppin(?), Taylor Burke Jr., Danny Wilson, Eddy Joe Sullivan, Gary Atkins(?), and Representative Mary Rose Oakar.
  • Duration:
    00:58:30

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