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Claims News Service, Nov. 3, 3:06 p.m. EST — The replacement costs owed by insurance companies to rebuild the World Trade Center complex will not have to spend an extra $700 million to improve the area destroyed after 9/11, according to a judge’s ruling, which was reported by the Associated Press.

According to reporter Larry Neumeister, U.S. District Judge Harold Baer said the insurance companies will owe developer Larry Silverstein only what it would cost to rebuild the trade center as it was before the terrorist attack.

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