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Money Matters: Steel Industry, Chrysler Strike #92659

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 15, 1985
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(Studio) United Steelworkers said tentatively voting to end strike against Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Company; details given. Chrysler strike noted threatened today, Lee Iacocca's birthday.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Detroit, Michigan) Demands of UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) examined. [UAW president Owen BIEBER - feels strike is probability.] [Worker Willie WAYS - is ready to strike.] Union's specific demands and Chrysler's response listed on screen, discussed. [Analyst Maryann KELLER - thinks Chrysler will have to accept contract at parity with Ford and General Motors.] Possible effect on US Chrysler plants of scheduled Canadian strike against Chrysler mentioned.
REPORTER: Chris Bury

Bury, Chris;
Jennings, Peter

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