Japan Quake Makes 2011 Costliest Disaster Year

Japan Quake Makes 2011 Costliest Disaster Year

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The 9.0-magnitude quake on March 11, the strongest ever registered in Japan, and devastating tsunami, caused losses of 210 billion euros and 15,500 people perished, making it the costliest natural catastrophe on record…

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