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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Manpower job survey figures cited.

(New York: Dan Harris) The job forecast for the year examined; Bureau of Labor Statistics figures cited. [Manpower Inc. Jeff JOERRES†- says companies are scared to take on more workers.] [Secretary of Treasury John SNOW; in Virginia, President BUSH - talk jobs.] [JP Morgan Chase Bank Jim GLASSMAN†- predicts better growth.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) The bad news for Boeing examined; statistics cited on airplane orders for Airbus versus Boeing. [Aviation analyst Michael BOYD†- says the American manufacturer is behind the curve for orders.] [Union spokesman Bill DUGOVICH†, laid-off Boeing employee Chris GLENN†- react to Boeing's losses.] [At Paris air show, Boeing's Rob POLLOCK†- shows off Boeing's Dreamliner.]

Jennings, Peter;
Harris, Dan;
Karlinsky, Neal

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