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APCIA: Insurers Should Not Be Liable for Pandemic BI Losses, Now or Ever

Robert Hartwig, director, Risk and Uncertainty Management Center, University of South Carolina, and Robert Gordon, senior vice president, APCIA, discuss their white paper on pandemic economic losses amid plunging demand for services (Oct. 28, 2021).

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