Profits: And You Thought Last Quarter Was Bad

Asia's woes--and resulting cheap imports and lost sales--drag U.S. profits down further

For months, Corporate America braced for a Pacific tsunami. And in the summer, it crashed ashore. From razors to polyester to paper, U.S. producers saw sales disappear in Asian markets and prices sag at home in the face of cheap imports.

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