China evacuated more than 300,000 people as Typhoon Soulik reached Fujian province, after the storm lashed Taiwan leaving one person dead, knocking out power to a million homes and disrupting flights.
Zijin Mining Group Co. , blamed for the industry’s worst waste leakage in China in two years, said it will limit production at a gold mine in the accident area.
Typhoon Fanapi made landfall on China’s southeastern province of Fujian, forcing schools to close and airlines to cancel flights, after the storm injured 45 people in Taiwan at the weekend.
Hong Kong maintained its third- highest storm signal, with the city braced for floods and hundreds of flights canceled, after Usagi made landfall as a severe typhoon in southern China.
Zijin Mining Group Co. said output in Yantai, China’s largest gold-producing city, was halted after the government demanded safety checks at most mines, a sign that a rising mining death toll is prompting stronger measures.