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What are the opportunity costs of each action
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Discuss how opportunity costs relate to Japan's cleanup efforts after the devastating earthquake/tsunami of March 2011. Begin the discussion by defining "opportunity costs." Then make a list of actions the Japanese government must accomplish to restore the economy and provide health and safety to the citizens. Keep in mind the limited resources available and priorities of each restorative action. What are the opportunity costs of each action?




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