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Insurable losses could reach $11bn for Louisiana floods


The mass flooding in Louisiana caused by excessive rainfall during August 2016 is expected to reach insurable losses of between the range of $8.5 and $11 billion, according to catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide.

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