Nat cat losses down but insurers must better grasp climate change: Munich Re
Global economic losses from natural disasters for 1H 2017 were estimated at $53 billion – 56 percent lower than the 10-year average of $122 billion and 39 percent lower than the 17-year average of $87 billion, according to Aon catastrophe report.
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