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Manufacturers in Japan cut production in February for a second month in a row as the United States, the country’s biggest export market, verged on a recession.

Output fell 1.2 percent from January, when it slid a revised 2.2 percent, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Monday. The median estimate of 32 economists surveyed was for a 2 percent drop.

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