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  1. Power up: insurance-backed investment to fuel sustainable growth in Africa

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Insurance will be a key facilitator for investments in renewable energy technologies to meet Africa's power needs and kick-start ...

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  2. US social inflation amid the COVID-19 recession – here to stay?

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    We expect the COVID-19 recession to aggravate trends such as inequality that underlie the growth of social inflation in US ...

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  3. Wealth of nations: why it matters for policy makers and investors

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    The global supply chain has been honed over decades for efficiency and cost-effectiveness, but today risk management ...

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  4. COVID-19 reinforces the value of insurance to cover mortality risk

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    The crisis is exposing households' lack of adequate financial protection against the premature death of a breadwinner.

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  5. Health protection gaps after the pandemic: an upward path?

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The COVID-19 crisis has put global health resilience in the spotlight.

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