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The Costliest Natural Disasters of 2016

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The number of devastating earthquakes and powerful storms made 2016 the costliest twelve months for natural catastrophe losses in the last four years. The costliest disasters occurred in Asia: an earthquake in Japan, followed by flooding in China, according to reinsurer Munich RE.



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