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Topic - Joseph G. Carson
But the damage was already done in the manufacturing sector, where factories slashed new orders at a precipitous rate rarely seen in the past 30 years, Mr. Carson said.
In the past, manufacturers in a real crisis would have slashed jobs as well as orders, he said, but they did not do so last month.