The protection gap. It’s a phrase that will be increasingly heard over the coming years—because it is getting bigger. The protection gap is the difference between insured losses and economic losses, or uninsured losses. The protection gap is a global problem and affects emerging nations and developed countries alike. The problem, emphasize insurance executives, is that properties and economies with high insurance penetration recover much more quickly after a natural disaster than properties that rely on governments for their recovery....

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