An aging population that has begun to spend down its savings. A hobbled power grid. A drop in economic output that may be longer and deeper than first anticipated.
Although Japan is widely considered to have the financial wherewithal to bounce back from the calamity that struck three weeks ago, analysts are beginning to wonder if shifts in global production patterns and changes in Japanese society will make the country’s path to recovery more difficult.
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