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  1. Why mobility matters

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    There are several key drivers that are bringing mobility to the forefront for both consumers and commercial organizations. ...

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  2. Mobility ecosystems and the opportunity for insurers

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    The insurance industry must change in step with transportation trends, which can translate into tremendous opportunity for the ...

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  3. Strengthening supply chain resilience in Europe

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Conference

    Mobility in Europe will suffer from a higher risk exposure given the increasing occurrences of natural catastrophes. Very much ...

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  4. The motor protection gap in Latin America

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Uninsured vehicles represent a significant economic burden for society in Latin America. According to the latest Expertise ...

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  5. How data will shape the new urban future

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Blog

    On 18-19 November, I had the privilege of joining researchers from around the world at the 4th NYUAD Transport Symposium in Abu ...

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  6. Tackling short-termism in construction

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    The construction industry in Europe is facing fierce competition. Cost competition and international trade pressures are leading ...

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