New York Times article on the sunken Costa Concordia cruise sink

The New York Times posted a good article on the sunken Concordia cruise ship that sank off of Italy’s coast.  It summarizes the concerns of the local economy of Giglio which is the island where the cruise ship sank.  There is a large influx of people on the tiny island and local business is benefiting from this, but it’s still uncertain of the long term effects the island will go through because of this tragedy.

“A Shipwreck Cuts Two Ways for an Island’s Lifeblood”

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