The cost of natural catastrophes is lower in 2006

According to Swiss Re, the cost of the natural catastrophes that occurred in 2006 amounts to 40 billion USD, 15 billion USD of which are insured damages, a toll by far lower than that of the previous year.

At the close of December 2006, only three events causing significant losses have been reported: Two tornadoes in the United States (2 billion USD) and one typhoon in Japan (1 billion USD).

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