TWIB: Economic impact of Japanese earthquake

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March 20, 2011, 9:33 pm
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(This Week In Business) - Prof. William Grimes, Chairman of the International Relations Department at Boston University assess the economic impact of the Japanese earthquake. For now, he says supply chain issues and electricity are the biggest concerns. Plus, why did the Yen strengthen amid this economic disaster?

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