Businesses coping with a global environment, besides propertyand business interruption coverage, need insurance for unexpectedevents and actions by foreign governments, brokerage firm expertsadvise.

The comments by executives with Chicago-based insurance brokerAon came during a Web seminar by the company on “Trade Credit &Political Risk: Identifying Threats to the Supply Chain.”

The speakers were Peter Jordan and Mary Duhig, directors withAon Trade Credit, Aon Financial Services, and Mike Giacobbe,financial and risk analyst for Aon.

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