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The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View - Special on Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey was devastating locally but not nationally. For Houston and the Gulf Coast, the challenge of rebuilding will be immense. Early evidence indicates that Harvey has likely produced more economic damage than Hurricane Sandy, but less than Hurricane Katrina. With extreme weather events becoming more frequent in recent years, this piece is designed to help your business assess how Hurricane Harvey and other storms will affect local and national economic conditions.

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