Chubb uncovered that nearly 42% of Americans are not confident that U.S. businesses would be able to recover from a disaster similar to the recent Japanese catastrophe.
Additionally, nearly 30% of the survey respondents don't believe their employers have a crisis contingency plan, and 10% don't know if their employers have one.
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