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HURRICANES AND U.S. ECONOMY
Society has become more vulnerable to hurricane impacts. Hurricane-related damages have risen dramatically in recent years. In the aftermath of any extreme event there is a demand for a bottom-line measure of damages in dollars. Sectors impacted are retail, hospitality, construction, agriculture/farming, infrastructure and last but not the least Finance and most likely the insurance sector.
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