Haiti business and government leaders are convinced this hurricane season might be the worst in living memory as powerful storms queue up to slam a nation that has been destabilized by great poverty, deforestation, political instability and failed international aid efforts. UN envoy to Haiti and former U.S. President Bill Clinton will try to galvanize support for the nation to avoid a repeat of last year's catastrophic hurricane season, which left the nation $1 billion poorer and killed more than 1,100 people.

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