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Businesses in western Japan reeling from after-effects of typhoon


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What with the earthquake in Hokkaido there’ll be more than a few tourists delaying trips here....

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Reeling? Just 0.27% of turnover per day.

Too much concern with the money economy, growth and profit - the route of most of the probelms in today's society .

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typhon : rain and wind, japan will prepare a new way to fight floods with cars amphibian, houses able to survive with high winds levels

you can read a very good book "typhoon fury" from clive cussler

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Not much can be done except to clean up and restart when and where possible. Doesn't include cutting corners, though, as I have no doubt Kansai Airport will try to do. USJ had better make darn sure it's rides are safe after that crazy storm, too.

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