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Japan's Tsunami Disaster Brings Commodity and Product Shortages

Based on our survey of a wide range of secondary sources, it appears that commodity and product shortages have already hit Japan and will soon spread into Asia and potentially the rest of the world. For many commodities, suppliers will bring producti...
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