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Munich Re's Hochburger: Rates Have No Other Choice But to Go Up

Stephan Hochburger, senior vice president, Munich Re America, said depressed earnings by reinsurers, combined with a succession of catastrophes, will force reinsurers to press for better returns on their business.

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