News Non-Life09 Jan 2020

Deadly typhoons in Japan costs insurers $17bn, estimates Munich Re


The biggest Nat CAT losses in 2019 were caused by typhoons Hagibis and Faxai in Japan which emerged as the two costliest natural catastrophes of that year in terms of both overall losses and insured losses, revealed new data from reinsurer Munich Re.

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