Shipyard Business Busy in Japan Tsunami-Hit Town

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March 12 (Bloomberg) -- A year on from the March 11 disaster, businesses in the tsunami-hit coastal city of Kesennuma, in north-eastern Japan, strive to recover and revive the local fishing industry. Fishing and farming provide an income for one in every six households in coastal Tohoku cities such as Kesennuma where fisheries and dependent industries including packaging and processing accounted for 85 percent of the jobs. Zeb Eckert reports on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" with Owen Thomas. (Source: Bloomberg)


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