SHANGHAI — Retailers and textile manufacturers said that so far there has been little impact from the worst typhoon to hit China’s Yangtze Delta region in nearly a decade.
Typhoon Haikui made landfall early Wednesday in Zhejiang Province, a manufacturing epicenter located just south of Shanghai. Economic losses from the storm, which brought torrential rains and winds that downed trees and power lines and sent debris flying through the air, reached an estimated $1.6 billion in Zhejiang, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
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