ANALYSIS: Quake slows China parts flow and nuclear ambitions
The impact of the Japanese earthquake on China started unfolding about two weeks after the destruction, as the supply chain disruption began causing semi-shutdowns of some automotive and electronics manufacturers and the nuclear crisis also threatened to derail the country's ambitious nuclear power development plan, IHS Global Insight senior China economist Xianfang Ren said in a research note.
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