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  1. sigma 2/2019: Secondary natural catastrophe risks on the front line

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Global insured losses from natural catastrophe events in 2018 were USD 76 billion, the fourth highest on sigma records. More than ...

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  2. Understanding the phenomena of solar storms

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    Charged particles in the form of electrons and protons, as well as some heavy ions, are continuously emitted from the upper ...

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  3. Alternative capital set to grow for peak risks

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    Alternative capital proved to be a reliable source of capacity during the active 2017 natural catastrophe season. We predict that ...

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  4. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    Researchers at Peking University in Beijing explore whether insurance can reduce poverty in China in a report released in ...

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  5. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    In ancient times, local governments in China would 开仓放粮 (kai cang fang liang) – open their granaries to help the poor after ...

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  6. Japan's commercial insurance market 2019

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    We expect Japan’s commercial insurance premiums to grow by 4.4% this year, after estimated 1.6% growth in 2018 and average 3.1% ...

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