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Economy / Repairs #75139

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 27, 1982
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(Studio) Recession's impact on American spending patterns, such as autos and hsing. examined. [Old car owner Diane CHLEBOUN - praises old car.] Drop in new car sales since 1971 outlined on screen. [CW Motors repair manager Lou DIGRAZIA - notes amount spent on new cars versus old car repairs.] Amt. spent on home remodeling since 1979 listed on screen. ["Commercial Remodeling" mag. editor Craig SHUTT - thinks renovation is permanent factor.] Factory equipment repair situation discussed; related statistics listed on screen. [Monarch Electric Service president Ken. ROLLER - notes economy of repairs.] Similar experience with rebuilding old buses considered.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Robinson, Max

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