You know that Japan is an important trading partner with the U.S., but you feel it when your Japanese-made car needs a new transmission and shipments are interrupted.
If you do business with Japan, or with companies that rely on Japan for supplies, what effects on trade are you seeing? If the earthquake/tsunami/nuke crisis there is forcing changes in how your organization operates here in Southern California, KPCC's business reporters would like to hear from you.
How does the earthquake, tsunami and/or nuclear crisis affect the companies you deal with there? Will you lose or gain business as Japan rebounds from the disaster? Is video of the destructive power of a tsunami, earthquake or nuclear meltdown prompting you to change your own organization's emergency preparedness?