Sunday, March 13, 2011

Is Japan Under Water, A Bad Thing?

Now that the country the country is in complete chaos will it give the US and other countries the chance to catch up to them technologically and economically? I think it will, and Japan is going to be in trouble for at least the next few years. This might possibly be the end of their reign.

12 comments:

ed said...

bad thing, im sure itll affect us negatively

Charles said...

only problem is currently we get almost all our technology from Japan. its going to do more harm than good.

Astronomy Pirate said...

Japan has been in regression for a number of years now. This is just more insult to injury. I'm hopeful that with the aid they receive, the country will bounce back.

Aaron M. Gipson said...

What reign? They have been worse off than us since even way before the economic collapse of '08. In fact economists are referring to 2000-2010 for Japan as a "lost decade", whatever that means. Their biggest corporate CEO's made the same mistake ours did and sacrificed their industrial prowess for quick cash by shipping all of their manufacturing plants to China. They did this at an even quicker rate than we did. I challenge you to find a single piece of Japanese electronics equipment that doesn't have "Made in China" stamped on it.

ankmanpro said...

Yeah. It's gonna affect our economy. Global economy in fact. Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

Spike said...

there are too many factors to foresee what comes in the future. For now, we should help them

obi said...

very short sighted in both the fact that they have already suffered from massive economic problems for well over a decade, and secondly it will only negatively impact the US and other counties.

baxxman said...

Guess its bad for the whole economy

ScottD said...

Im sure our gas prices will go up to $5 a gallon because of it. Just watch!

AnthropoSeptic said...

Very bad, no matter how you look at it.

Bassislv said...

I don't think it's good

Palyman92 said...

It wont affect technology because Tokyo is largely untouched.

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