Industries Fear Blackout Setbacks

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As electricity slowly returns in many parts of the country, many industries worry about gauging the true economic impact of Thursday's blackouts. The overall blow to the nation's economy is expected to be minimal, but car manufacturers, the airline industry and many restaurants are worried about financial setbacks. Hear NPR's Jack Speer.

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