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Geneva, 11 January 2012 - Estimates of between $350 billion to $380 billion in global economic losses from disasters have made 2011 the most expensive year in history for catastrophes, according to the insurance industry. The earthquakes in Japan in March and New Zealand in February accounted for the bulk of these losses, according to estimates issued…

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