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Chrysler / Strike Threat #74945

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 18, 1982
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(Studio) Contract talks between UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) and Chrysler said breaking off today.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(No location given) Possibility of strike against Chrysler examined; co.'s response to union's demands noted. [UAW president Doug. FRASER - cites mbrship.'s stance.] [Chrysler vice president Thomas MINER - claims lack of money to meet demands.] Company's offer and union demands outlined on screen, discussed.
REPORTER: Ron Miller

(NYC) Wall Street's reaction to Chrysler strike threat and Social Security problems examined; closing Dow Jones average mentioned. Treasury Secretary Don. Regan noted anticipating major economy recovery; losses of Caterpillar Tractor Company, Armco and Allis-Chalmers listed on screen. Factory use last month graphed.
REPORTER: Dan Cordtz

(Studio) Upcoming items announced.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Cordtz, Dan;
Miller, Ron;
Robinson, Max

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