Thailand Sees Worst Flooding in 50 Years

Thailand is in the middle of the worst flooding it has seen in five decades, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. According to the article, the Thai government has recently approved a $97 million budget to help the victims of the flood.

The flooding has stretched over a third of the country and has killed 56 since October 10, while 2.8 million have been affected. The flood protection systems in Bangkok are continuing to be reinforced. On the whole the city has seemed to come out relatively unscathed. The water has receded in nine provinces, but 25 others are still suffering.

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