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April 11, 2011
Download this podcast as an MP3 In this episode of Globalcast, Manushi Jain, Economy, Trade and Finance Manager at Euromonitor International, explains the economic challenges facing Japan following the natural disasters in March. Learn about:  How Japan’s earthquake and tsunami have impacted the country financially  How the disasters worsened the challenges facing Japan  What the […]
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April 4, 2011
In March 2011, an earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, leading to an explosion and radiation crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Japan has the third highest number of nuclear reactors in operation in the world. 26.8% of Japan’s electricity came from nuclear power in 2010 but this proportion is higher in some other countries. […]
March 25, 2011
Euromonitor International has evaluated the potential impact that the earthquake and tsunami in Japan may have on tourism flows, using past crises as a guide from H1N1 to SARS. Working within the framework of reviewing former disasters, Japan is likely to experience a drop of 50% or more in international arrivals in the immediate aftermath […]
May 25, 2010
France has positioned itself as a global player in nuclear production, resulting in supply security, the ability to export nuclear energy and cheap electricity costs. Italy's lack of nuclear ambition has contributed to its status as a major net electricity importer, resulting in elevated energy costs.
March 31, 2011
Michelle Grant, Travel and Tourism Research Manager at Euromonitor International, explains the effects recent natural disasters in Japan will have on the travel and tourism industry. Right away, governments worldwide issued travel warnings for citizens going to Japan, and later advised their citizens to evacuate the country completely. Many residents of Tokyo have also left […]
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