Still focusing on the tragic earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, people could remember that what happened did not only affect the physical feature of Japan but most especially the financial aspect of the country. As soon as the disaster hit the country, different economists and leaders had long predicted that the financial difficulty of the country would also spread to other developed countries since this was considered to be a chain reaction; unfortunately, the most dreaded time for the effect on the economy of the United States.
The New York Times reported that drastic loss in sales and breaks in supplier contact leading to output cuts and weakening of earnings after what happened last March 11. More than a dozen American companies have reported to be greatly affected by the problems Japan is facing. The situation proved how connected different global companies are with one another. A good example in the great effect of the tragedy in Japan, even in different businesses thousands of miles away, is the brief conservation of parts manufacturing of Ford Motor. Because of the great effect, consumers in Japan are said to be considering cutting back on their spending so these high-end companies would probably be looking for a different way on how to market small goods compared to the ones they provided before the great tragedy.
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