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Marsh: Global Property Rates Rising Even in Non-Cat-Exposed Areas

NU Online News Service, April 10, 3:12 p.m. EST

While the general consensus for global property-insurance rates has been that rates in catastrophe-exposed areas are rising while rates in areas without such exposures are remaining flat, pricing during the 2012 first quarter is showing property rates climbing across the board, according to Marsh.

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