Mega earthquake could cause 1,410 tril. yen damage to Japan: report

TOKYO (Kyodo) — A massive earthquake predicted to occur in Japan within the next 30 years could cause 1,410 trillion yen ($12.8 trillion) in damage to the economy, much more than a government estimate, a construction industry body said Thursday.
( read original story …)


Related Post

InterContinental, Osaka
views 233
Spa and gym details: The fabulously named All That...
MLB plans Asian, England games for ’19, R...
views 226
MLB opened its season at Monterrey, Mexico in 1999...
I rode superfast bullet trains in China, Japan, Ko...
views 99
Last year, on a trip to Tokyo to launch Business I...
Osaka’s US Open win re-opens cultural discus...
views 43
And on Thursday, Osaka was introduced in Japan as ...
Third win in a row for Kirwa and fast debut for An...
views 280
Italy’s 2013 world silver medallist Valeria Strane...
Osaka: Ex-employee of supermarket accused over rob...
views 154
Osaka police arrested a former employee of a super...
TOKYO | Molina, Realmuto homer to lead MLB All-Sta...
views 42
TOKYO— Yadier Molina and J.T. Realmuto both homere...
It’s been 76 years since the World War II ba...
views 187
The first few months of 1942 saw Japan take contro...
Earthquake of magnitude 6.1 strikes off southern J...
views 238
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - An earthquake of magnitude 6...
B.C. earthquake-planning exercise inadequate: fede...
views 256
including the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami o...