A global economy still in recovery mode after the worst recession in decades likely will survive the natural disaster in Japan, experts tell Ward’s, but an overreaction to lingering problems at one of the country’s nuclear power facilities poses a risk. “The biggest risk is the nuclear reactors and their status,” says David Griffith, a professor of marketing and international business in the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University. “There are a lot of ...

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