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The operational work in abandoned mines include employment services for direct damage prevention as well as to repair the damage from sudden loss events over days (mountain loss events) that are causally related to old mining as - ErstsicherungsmaE-nahmen at the scene to ensure maximum safety for the public, - Support services and equipment technical protection measures to Ersterkundung in collaboration with the Planning providing cover - Measures to repair the damage / security.
direct damage to tourism and the reputation of Israel.
Bahrain's banking sector is targeted with demonstrations being held in the Financial Harbour and Diplomatic area, causing direct damage to the country's reputation as a long-time regional banking hub, the statement said.
In addition to the pounds 100m in direct damage, the effect on the benefits produced by the pounds 100m spent on promoting next year's Olympics will be sharply reduced.
Nintendo avoided direct damage to its factories and production network by the earthquake and tsunami that hit northern Japan on March 11, but experts have cautioned about the disaster's impact on consumer confidence.
In March, the government estimated direct damage from the twin natural disasters as high as JPY 25 trillion (USD 311 billion).
The company said it avoided direct damage to its factories but forecast there could be an indirect impact from consumption patterns or economic conditions in the future.
Included in the estimate was the direct damage, indirect losses and reconstruction costs.