Lloyd’s Analyzes Repercussions of Thai Flood Losses a Year Later

Lloyd’s Analyzes Repercussions of Thai Flood Losses a Year Later – insurancejournal.com, October 3, 2012
…The economic cost of the floods has reached $45.7 billion, according to the World Bank. “For insurance and reinsurance companies, the total claims tally – much of it from business interruption and contingent business interruption – came to an estimated $12 billion, according to figures from Swiss Re. Lloyd’s share of this was $2.2 billion…”

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