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ORANGE, TX - SEPTEMBER 07: Paul Morris checks on neighbors homes in a flooded district of Orange as Texas slowly moves toward recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on September 7, 2017 in Orange, Texas. Almost a week after Hurricane Harvey ravaged parts of the state, some neighborhoods still remained flooded and without electricity. While downtown Houston is returning to business, thousands continue to live in shelters, hotels and other accommodations as they contemplate their future.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
ORANGE, TX - SEPTEMBER 07: Paul Morris checks on neighbors homes in a flooded district of Orange as Texas slowly moves toward recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on September 7, 2017 in Orange, Texas. Almost a week after Hurricane Harvey ravaged parts of the state, some neighborhoods still remained flooded and without electricity. While downtown Houston is returning to business, thousands continue to live in shelters, hotels and other accommodations as they contemplate their future.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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    Desastres naturales dejaron pérdidas de US$306.000 millones en EE.UU.

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Desastres naturales dejaron pérdidas de US$306.000 millones en EE.UU.

En 2017 se registró la mayor pérdida económica anual por desastres naturales en la historia de EE.UU.. Según la Administración Oceánica y Atmosférica, varias catástrofes como incendios y huracanes provocaron pérdidas por US$306.000 millones.

Desastres naturales dejaron pérdidas de US$306.000 millones en EE.UU.

En 2017 se registró la mayor pérdida económica anual por desastres naturales en la historia de EE.UU.. Según la Administración Oceánica y Atmosférica, varias catástrofes como incendios y huracanes provocaron pérdidas por US$306.000 millones.