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  1. SONAR 2018: New emerging risk insights

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The 2018 "Swiss Re SONAR, New emerging risk insights" report aims to get us talking about what tomorrow's risk landscape could ...

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  2. Financial repression: here to stay and stronger than ever

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Financial repression – governments' use of monetary policy and market intervention to influence how capital is allocated.

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  3. Motor insurance reform in China: a win-win

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The scope of the recently launched motor sector reform in China is unprecedented and will benefit insureds and insurers alike.

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  4. Perception matters: understanding China's mortality protection gap

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    In China, insurance protection against mortality risk is low as many consumers under-estimate or avoid discussion of it.

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  5. Mexico Quarterly Update - October 2020

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Mexico's real GDP contracted by -18.7% yoy1 in 2Q20, setting up what we expect to be an -8.4% contraction in 2020.

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  6. Natural catastrophe resilience remains low as climate risks increase

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    Climate change is a growing challenge to global natural catastrophe resilience, which continued to be largely unprotected in 2019.

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