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“Globally, demand for copper is expected to pick up in a few months when reconstruction begins in quake-hit Japan.”
“TOKYO—Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said Monday his administration will issue new government bonds to fund a planned second extra budget to rebuild quake-hit areas, adding to the nation's already huge public debt.”
“Mr. Kan's government has deployed 100,000 SDF personnel to the quake-hit areas and is currently working to craft a supplementary budget to fund relief work.”
“Japan's top government spokesman said Wednesday that radiation levels had spiked at the quake-hit plant around midmorning local time, but had fallen shortly afterward; the evacuation area around the plant wasn't being enlarged.”
“The USS Tortuga, a dock-landing ship based in Sasebo, in southern Japan, was scheduled to head Friday to quake-hit areas, said Col.”
“We want to help quake-hit people as much as we can.”
“He cites India's yawning current account deficit, prevailing poor global risk sentiment, political unrest in the Middle East and North Africa regions and the nuclear emergency in quake-hit Japan as reasons for the rupee's likely losses this year.”
“The evolving crisis in the quake-hit Fukushima prefecture of northeastern Japan could add misery to hundreds of thousands of quake victims by possibly forcing relief organizations to withdraw their operations.”
“BANGALORE – India's Wipro Ltd. may change its foreign exchange hedging strategies for quake-hit Japan and the politically tense Middle East and North Africa markets, even though cash flows from these regions form just a small part of its total revenue, a senior company executive said.”
“TOKYO—An evolving nuclear crisis in quake-hit Fukushima prefecture, northeastern Japan, could add misery to hundreds of thousands of quake victims by possibly forcing relief organizations to withdraw their operations.”
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