While the frequency of natural disasters has continued to increase, data indicate that the real cost per disaster has been declining since 1970, according to PwC analysis. But with more disasters being recorded, the total cost of damages continues to climb.
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PwC, Natural disaster, Analysis, Insurance, Reinsurance, Global