Japan disaster the most expensive in history, worth $ 100 billion

Since the beginning of the year 2011, and we are facing problems in several areas, but we ignore the revolutions that swept the Arab world, you will not ignore the "revolutions" natural shaking several places in this world. As was revealed after the real scale of the devastation left by the deadliest earthquake hits Japan, and the fifth most powerful earthquake destroyed the world, but all indications are that the earthquake Friday, may the most expensive in history at all.




Estimated the company Eqecat Consulting American value losses jolt Friday destroyed, and a magnitude of 8.9 on the Richter scale, at $ 100 billion, at least, 20 billion losses on the extent of the damage caused to the residential real estate, and $ 40 billion for the destruction of the infrastructure lines rail Streets and seaports.
Comes the initial estimate, while Japan continues, for the fourth consecutive day, search and rescue operations which resulted in saving the moment for more than 15 thousand people, described by Prime Minister of Japan, Naoto Kan, as the most difficult campaign since World War II.
Friday and left a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami washed away entire towns damaged infrastructure and more than 1700 people dead, a toll expected to rise with the continuing rescue operations, and nearly 10 thousand missing.
And the resulting fears of nuclear disaster and the leakage of radiation damage following nuclear reactors led to "Tokyo Electric Power to take" unprecedented steps to announce the introduction of periodically cutting off supplies of electricity to deal with the acute shortage of electricity. 

In turn, estimated the company, "Air Worldwide"AIR Worldwide size of the losses covered by insurance resulting from the shock of being the only, to range between $ 15 billion to 35 billion dollars, without taking into account the estimates of losses caused by the tsunami, "Tsunami" or damage to the reactor "Fukushima Deche" nuclear in the northeast.
The company dropped its estimate due to the lack of that in Japan, at the level of individuals and companies have insurance policies against the earthquake, and hit ratio to between 14 and 17 per cent. Economists and observers unanimously agreed that the losses from the disaster inflicted by Friday's earthquake in Japan would make it more costly earthquake in history. Meanwhile, Japan's central bank announced on Monday, announced a plan to inject 15 trillion yen (183 billion dollars) to reassure international investors on the stability of financial markets and banks in the country. 
Step did not stop the financial markets in Tokyo from a hard landing in the first trading Monday, after the earthquake on Friday, where the hue index of "Nikkei 225 " by 6.4 per cent in the strongest drop since September 2008 during the height of the global financial crisis.