Hurricane Irma’s Major Economic Toll On Florida Takes Shape


By Arian Campo-Flores and  Valerie Bauerlein, The Wall Street Journal

Hurricane Irma left Florida days ago but the state’s economy, the fourth-largest in the U.S., is feeling the hit.

Its citrus groves are littered with knocked-down fruit and felled trees. Beach hotels and restaurants are cleaning up after being shut for a week with forced evacuations. 

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