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Coronavirus: lessons from Japan’s 2011 earthquake

The impact of the 2011 earthquake in Japan offers some insight on how the coronavirus could affect the global economy. In 2011, the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami created both demand and supply shocks domestically and internationally, just as the coronavirus now threatens to do.

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