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RMS' Burgess: China, India Among Regional Leaders in Reducing Large-Scale Risk

Paul Burgess, regional vice president, RMS, said China has seen new initiatives, including risk institutes, pools and knowledge programs to reduce catastrophic risk, while India has been active in insuring its agricultural sector.

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