In October 1954, Haiti suffered from a violent cyclone which caused extensive losses to the domestic economy and in particular to agricultural production. Nevertheless, its effects were not apparent in exports for the year because the crops to be shipped abroad had been harvested previously. Conversely, its consequences will affect the results of agricultural production and exports in 1955.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
Countries: Haiti
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