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After a year of devastating floods across Asia, this is how some of the world's biggest countries are staying afloat

11 of the 15 highest risk cities are in Asia. Image: REUTERS

Michael Taylor

Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Guangzhou and Dongguan are the cities with the highest risk of flooding, globally. Image: Verisk Maplecroft - Environmental Risk Outlook 2020

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