Nepal earthquake crisis: lack of corporate aid spells doom for rebuilding

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Major corporations have been accused of failing to provide enough aid for the Nepal Earthquake crisis. Statistics show corporations have only provided $US 28 million out of the $US 550 million already received by Nepal. This is far below aid levels reached for the Fukishima Crisis Or Haiti disaster. Economic experts say the lack of corporate aid makes perfect sense. This, combined with Nepal’s lack of substantial infrastructure or industry, raises the question of how Nepal is meant to rebuild by itself. Bernard Thompson has this report.

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