SE Asia floods show businesses unprepared for disasters – UN

AlertNet: Flooding across Southeast Asia, which has affected some 8 million people, highlights the need for businesses to step up efforts to reduce disaster risk for their assets and their workers, a senior U.N. official said on Thursday. In Thailand, at least six big industrial estates have been shut down, most in the ancient capital of Ayutthaya, where residents forced from their homes have pitched tents close to roads. The Nava Nakorn estate north of Bangkok, Thailand's oldest with 270 plants and about......

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