Tree broken in half by Typhoon Usagi
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Typhoon Usagi costs China 'more than $500m'

Southern China is getting back to business after being hit by one of the most severe storms this year.

Typhoon Usagi killed more than 20 people, caused business closures across the region and disrupted transport and electricity networks.

Juliana Liu reports from Hong Kong on the impact on the regional economy.

Visit the BBC World News Asia Business Report website for more reports from the programme.

  • 24 Sep 2013
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