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Cost of Thai floods still being counted

A clean-up operation is underway in Thailand after devastating floods which killed more than 600 people.

The disaster forced hundreds of factories to close, creating havoc in the manufacturing sector and badly disrupting global supply chains.

The water is receding but it may be some time before Thailand's businesses can recover.

Rachel Harvey reports from Bangkok.

  • 24 Nov 2011
  • From the section Asia
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