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Economy / Small Bus. #66408

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 09, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Boulder, Colorado) Impact of national economy on small business examined; case of Richard Hawthorne outlined as example [HAWTHORNE - comments.] Amt. of monthly financial chgs. involved in small business such as Hawthorne's detailed. [HAWTHORNE - comments.] Annual inflation rate since 1979 graphed on screen. [Assistant Treasury Secretary Curtis HESSLER - defs. government action.] Small business bankruptcies graphed on screen for last 6 mos.; Federal Reserve Bd. said backing off March credit controls due to situation. Small business in Boulder, Colorado, discussed. [Merchant Janice WHEELOCK - comments.] Possible damage to structure of national economy by current recession considered.
REPORTER: John Martin

Martin, John;
Robinson, Max

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