By Elizabeth Lazarowitz NEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters) - With corporate America scrambling to fatten its profits amid a fledgling U.S. economic rebound, Asia's rapidly emerging markets are fast becoming a staple for growth-hungry U.S. companies. U.S. corporations have increasingly turned to Pacific Rim countries, especially China, to fill in the gaps in demand at a time when global economic sluggishness was forcing U.S. and European companies to rein in spending. The latest batch of ...
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