Japan considers emergency quake budget,
Bank Of Japan meets
March-11-2011--TOKYO - Japanese leaders pushed for an emergency budget to counter economic damage from a powerful earthquake and tsunami that killed hundreds and caused widespread destruction.
Auto plants, electronics factories and refineries shut, roads buckled and power to millions of homes and businesses was knocked out. Several airports, including Tokyo's Narita, were closed and rail services halted. All ports were shut.--Japan's central bank pledges action after quake
Japan central bank says ready to support markets
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