Dispatches From Japan

April 2011
Forbes Asia;Apr2011, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p20
Several excerpts from the blogs related to Sendai earthquake and nuclear accident at Fukushima, Japan which include one on the problems being faced by residents in evacuating the area within 30-kilometer radius, frustration of Japanese to the reaction of their government to the disaster, and shortages of power and supplies in the region.


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