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AIR’s Newbold: Industry's Typhoon Hit Ranges From $8B to $16B

Typhoon Hagibis, which made landfall in Japan on Oct. 12, caused insured losses that could reach $16 billion, said Rob Newbold, EVP for catastrophe risk modeler AIR Worldwide.

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