Insured losses from Typhoon Jebi estimated between $2.3bn and $4.5bn

Typhoon Jebi caused widespread destruction in Japan

The estimated insured property losses from Typhoon Jebi, which hit Japan on 4 September, could reach somewhere between $2.3bn and $4.5bn according to catastrophe risk modelling firm AIR Worldwide. The typhoon, which was the strongest to hit Japan in 25 years, made landfall in Japan at midday on the island of Shikoku with sustained wind speeds of 180km/h. It then…

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