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Auto Sales / Chrysler #66163

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 24, 1980
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(Studio) Auto sales for mid-June reported; Chrysler's sales noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) Holdout by small banks, include one in West Germany, noted delaying federal loan guarantee for Chrysler. [Deputy Treasury Secretary Robert CARSWELL - announces loan.] Details outlined on screen. [Chrysler exec. v.p Gerald GREENWALD - comments.] [Senator William PROXMIRE - criticizes bailout.] Chrysler's losses last year and predicted loss this yr. mentioned.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

(Chicago, Illinois) Chrysler's present financial condition examined; details outlined on screen. television commercial shown. [Auto analyst Maryann KELLER - criticizes loan.] Chrysler's new "K" car services said key to co.'s future. [Dealer Frank SHARRA - comments on K car.] Chrysler's chances of recovery thought contingent on K car.
REPORTER: June Massell

(Studio) Delay in government-backed loan to Chrysler reported delayed further by fire in New York City office building; details given, films shown. Upcoming items announced.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

Jarriel, Tom;
Massell, June;
Peterson, Roger;
Robinson, Max

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