Japan impact on US economy more than realized-report


* Limiting import growth rates could expand US economy * Higher domestic production would boost US tax revenue By Ben Klayman DETROIT, March 30 (Reuters) - The impact on the U.S. economy of the Japanese crisis is far greater than realized, a top trade group said on Wednesday. U.S. companies and industries rely heavily on Japanese-made automotive products and high-tech electronics, but the U.S. Business and Industry Council said in a report there is an even greater dependence on less ...

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