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20th September 2017
AIR Worldwide latest estimates of insured losses in US and Caribbean from Hurricane Irma range from $32bn to $50bn
Catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide estimates combined industry insured losses for Hurricane Irma for the US and the Caribbean will range from $32bn and $50bn. AIR estimates industry insured losses for the United States resulting from Hurricane Irma will range from $25bn to $35bn. For the Caribbean, the latest range is from $7bn billion to $15bn.
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