Manual Typewriter Maker Shuts Down Production
STEVE INSKEEP, Host:
And today's last word in business end of an era.
(SOUNDBITE OF MANUAL TYPEWRITER)
INSKEEP: Savio Katino(ph) is a manager there, and he told us who still uses them.
SAVIO KATINO: Usually, these are used when there's no electricity, mostly NGOs and in third-world countries, maybe in government offices and things like that.
INSKEEP: And that's the business news on MORNING EDITION, from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep.
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