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Delaware's Kinion: Captives Must Monitor Their Terrorism Risk Exposure

Steve Kinion, director of Delaware's Bureau of Captive and Financial Products, said lines such as workers' compensation, inland and ocean marine, and others could be subject to loss in the event of a terrorist incident.

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