23 July 2010 05:47 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS news)--Typhoon Chanthu, which made landfall in ?xml:namespace>
Two people were killed and thousands of homes had collapsed as Chanthu moved from
Strong gales and heavy rains that accompanied the typhoon had caused estimated losses of around yuan (CNY) 2bn ($294m), the provincial flood-control department said in a statement.
Rain storms still continued to lash the cities of
Normal operations at
Petrochemical producers in
“….Our production was almost normal, actually our feedstock inventory is ample to feed the production even if the transportation is suspended for a longer time,” said one petrochemical producer in
Two fertilizer companies in Guangxi said they were producing at normal capacity, adding that transportation of goods would also not be affected as they used the rail network.
With additional reporting by Judith Wang
($1 = CNY6.78)
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