As events in disaster-stricken Japan remain fluid, the economic implications of the March 11 earthquake to the global insurance industry are beginning to solidify.
While it is far too early at this stage to issue a precise accounting of economic and insured losses and which market participants will bear what share of them, early estimates indicate that insurance and reinsurance companies, both in Japan and around the world, will sustain approximately $35 billion in losses.
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