Catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide estimates insured losses in Germany from the recent floods in central Europe will be between €4 billion and €5.8 billion. The overall economic impact is expected to be much higher. While the worst damage has already occurred, this flood event is ongoing.
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Germany, Floods, Estimated Losses, AIR Worldwide, Insurance, Europe, Yorn Tatge