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Economy: Global Recession #939162

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009
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(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Almería, Spain: Jim Maceda) The economic crisis in Europe examined; details given about the situations in Hungary and Spain; scenes shown from Budapest and several locations in Spain. [Economist Jorg RADEKE†- explains what happened when Hungary’s currency lost value.] [Hungarian Ishtvan HATOSH†† {thru reporter's translation} – says people won’t tolerate any more hardship.] [Unemployed Spaniard Antonio GALVEZ†† {thru reporter's translation} – says the banks stopped lending and buyers stopped buying.] [Economist Niall FERGUSON†- says each country has its own financial crisis.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Maceda, Jim
Duration:
00:02:50

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