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Japan and Haiti earthquake relief efforts

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joe sirbleedsalot

on 21 March 2011

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http://online.wsj.com/article/APf5660347db8b47908ba4b411a8a46f57.html US relief agencies def"er to Japan in aid efforts " while Japan is seen as a developed more wealthy country, many americans see Haiti as a very poor country that cant help itself therefore the Japanese earthquake and tsunami earthquakes so far have been mainly lead by the japanese. the Chronicle of Philanthropy claimed that japanese relief funds had reached $64 million last wednesday. less than 1/3 the funds raised for Haiti in the same time "Charities Mobilize To Offer Japan Disaster Relief" http://www.npr.org/2011/03/16/134596582/Donations-Roll-In-To-Charities-For-Japan-Disaster-Relief death tolls estimated 7,000 Japan Haiti http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8507531.stm "Haiti quake death toll rises to 230,000 " Estimated death toll of 230k "Japan Trade, Exports and Imports" http://www.economywatch.com/world_economy/japan/export-import.html Economy "Economy of Haiti" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Haiti Haiti's GDP is 11.59 billion (estimated 2008) Japans GDP is 5.391 trillion www.google.com/publicdata Japanese and Haiti disaster relief "Economy of Japan" Japanese stock has risen since the earthquake Japanese investors have been selling their holdings oversees to bring money to japan for crisis relief. The yen reached a 16 year high since earthquake "Stocks End Lower as Traders Focus on Japan Crisis" http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/17/business/17markets.html Joe Zuchegno
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Haiti and Japan reliefe efforts and disaster impact. Japan refused help from the U.S. Atomic Commission Ths relates to Globalization because Japan makes many products for america and because of this we'v come to know them as a country with money.
Haiti is known for its poverty
Japan will be ok. They dont NEED money. Currently they just need to focus on rescuing people who may still be trapped. Japans econmomy will be able to recover and they are wealthy enough to help their own people. Whereas Haiti still neesds help. Gee Joe, What should be done?
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