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Portugal's parliament is expected to vote on austerity measures today. If the measures are rejected, Portugal's government could collapse a day before a key European summit on debt.
Health officials in Japan said Tokyo residents shouldn't feed tap water to infants. From Tokyo, the Wall Street Journal's Yumiko Ono explains how the new water warnings are being felt by her, her office, and life for workers in Japan.
The Egyptian stock exchanged opened for the first time in nearly two months this morning. But after the market dove nearly 10 percent after its initial opening, trading was halted again.
Japan's government is estimating this month's earthquake and tsunami could cost as much as $309 billion, more than twice the cost of Hurricane Katrina. And the U.S. military is spending a lot trying to help.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, March 23, 2011