Prime Minister Naoto Kan said Sunday that the quake will be followed by a “restoration New Deal.”
This post-disaster boom is likely to benefit construction, disaster prevention companies and a few others, according to a note from BofA/Merrill. Notably after the ’95 Hanshin quake Tokyo Steel Manufacturing jumped 49% in six months.
Here are 18 companies that could gain:
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