German floods re-ignite compulsory cover debate

Insurer association repeats calls for loss prevention measures and a ban on building in flood areas

The floods that have devastated southern Germany in recent days have re-ignited the debate over the need for compulsory catastrophe insurance, which the German insurance industry strongly opposes.

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