(Recasts, adds analysts comments, Bank of Canada expectations, details) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Canadian manufacturers will have to cut production and lay off more workers in the months ahead as they fight a triple curse of weaker U.S. demand, cheap Asian imports and a strong currency, a poll showed on Thursday. The quarterly poll of businesses by Statistics Canada painted a much bleaker outlook for the fourth quarter than the same poll did three months earlier, ...
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