miércoles, agosto 31, 2005


Katrina may wreak havoc on world economy
The Economist / September 01, 2005

HURRICANE Katrina is already thought to have killed at least 100 people on the Gulf of Mexico coast, with the death toll expected to rise as rescuers reach more affected areas. Besides its devastating cost in lives, Katrina could push the US economy - maybe even the world economy - into recession.

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