SAMSUNG, LG, PANASONIC, SHARP, TOSHIBA, TCL, ASTRON, PROMAC, DEVANT, PHILIPS, SONY, POLYTRON, AIWA, NOVA, SANYO, CHANGHONG, KENWOOD, PIONEER, DENON, ONGKYO, YAMAHA, HARMAN GARDON. MANILA (Reuters) - Super typhoon Megi slammed into the northern Philippines shortly before noon on Monday, cutting off power, forcing airlines to cancel flights and putting the region's rice crop at risk. He said just over one third of the crop had been harvested, while about 90 percent of the corn crop had been harvested. Benito Ramos, head of the national disaster agency, said in a radio interview more than 3,000 people had been evacuated in Cagayan. President Benigno Aquino's cabinet held a meeting at an army base in Manila to review disaster preparations, although Aquino did not attend.
The Philippines declared a state of calamity in a northern province after super typhoon Megi hit on Monday, cutting off power and communications, forcing flight cancellations and putting the region's rice crop at risk. Thailand also reported flooding that submerged thousands of homes and vehicles and halted train services. Villagers make their way through Typhoon Megi's strong winds and rain in Isabela province, northern Philippines. Vehicles try to pass through a fallen tree at Cauayan, Isabela province in northeastern Philippines. A man slides down the roof of a damaged building as super typhoon Megi hits Ilagan City, Isabela province, northern Philippine. People walk through Typhoon Megi's strong winds and rain in Isabela province, northern Philippines.

Passengers sit at North Habour in Manila after a shipping official announced their trip had been cancelled due to Typhoon Megi. Workers take down large advertising tarpaulins in preparation for the arrival of Typhoon Megi, known locally as Juan, in Manila.
Military rescuers stand beside life-saving equipment as Typhoon Megi approaches during an inspection at Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City. A man tries to salvage TV sets from his flooded repair shop in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. People walk their motorcycles on a flooded section of the national highway Number One in Cam Xuyen district, Ha Tinh province, Vietnam.
A man paddles a boat while transporting relief supplies at an isolated village during a flood in Huong Khe district, in Vietnam's central province of Ha Tinh. A child take shelter under a plastic sheet on a motorcycle in heavy traffic during rain in Hanoi, Vietnam. A pickup truck is abandoned on a flooded street in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand.
Residents ride on a digger as it makes its way down a flooded road in Nakhon Ratchasima province, Thailand. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva (C) greets in Thai traditional to villagers during a visit to a flooded area in north-eastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima. Residents wade through flood water by holding a pole with floats attached to it as they evacuate their homes in Nakhon Ratchasima province, Thailand.

A truck is abandoned at a flooded road in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeast of Bangkok.
Andrew Villacorta, regional executive director in the agriculture department, said Luzon's Cagayan valley accounted for 12 percent of national rice output, or about 1 million tonnes of unmilled rice, lower than earlier estimates from local officials.
Last year, the country lost 1.3 million tonnes of paddy rice following three strong typhoons in September and October, prompting it to go to the market early to boost its rice stocks.
Officials have warned of rough seas, and the risk of flash flooding, storm surges and landslides. Landslides blocked roads in Apayao province in Luzon while police said a farmer drowned in a swollen river in Cagayan province while pulling a water buffalo to safety. British time and was heading west southwest across the north of the main island of Luzon with winds of 225 kph near the centre, forecasters said. A change in direction of the typhoon saw the capital, Manila, placed on storm signal 1, the lowest level on the local typhoon alert scale, with the weather department saying there were risks of winds of up to 60 kph. On Monday, Economic Planning Secretary Cayetano Paderanga said the economy likely grew at a slower pace year-on-year in the third quarter from the previous three months, but growth over the course of 2010 could be above 5-6 percent. More than 230,000 hectares of rice fields are still in their reproductive and maturing stages," Agricultural production makes up a fifth of the Southeast Asian country's GDP.

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