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Economy: Auto Industry / Bailout #912319

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 19, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ali Velshi) The stock market meltdown with the stalling of the talks about a bailout of the auto industry reviewed and & the possibility of the bankruptcy of General Motors that could have a ripple effect on jobs related to the industry discussed; stock market and manufacturing job losses graphs shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The appearance of auto industry leaders before Congress featured; details given about the public relations problems of the CEOs flying in by private jets. [Representatives Peter ROSKAM, Gary ACKERMAN - comment on the irony of them flying on corporate jets.] Statement from General Motors about the planes issue quoted. [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steve ELLIS†- questions using Lear jets.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Velshi, Ali;
Johns, Joe

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