Snow havoc losses mount to 53.8 bln yuan
People's Daily Online
08:52, February 02, 2008
China is no stranger to natural disasters, but the heavy snow that strangled much of the country over the
past three weeks could be one of the most memorable because of its scope, duration and impact.
Millions, perhaps tens of millions have been suddenly thrown back to an era without most modern
conveniences and economic losses stand at about 53.8 billion yuan (7.5 billion U.S. dollars)...SOURCE
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