A quiet hurricane season in the US was the biggest contributing factor to global insured losses from catastrophes totalling just $45 billion in 2013, a big decrease on the $81 billion of losses incurred by the industry in 2012, according to a report by Swiss Re.
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Swiss Re, Hurricane, Protection Gap, Climate Change