Catastrophe insurance: Weathering well - The Economist

Catastrophe insurance: Weathering well

Catastrophe insurance: Weathering well - The Economist
Catastrophe insurance: Weathering well
Published Aug 21, 2004
408 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Insurers thrive, thanks to government support THE biggest hurricane since Hurricane Andrew in 1992 seems to have left the insurers battered but not blown away. Hurricane Andrew cost the insurance industry $15.5 billion, sent some smaller...

  
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