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The dangers for moviemakers filming outside the United States have declined in more than 30 countries while becoming much worse in nine others, according to an insurance brokerage firm’s annual assessment.

Chicago-based Aon’s Aon/Albert G. Ruben unit released its 2007 Risks in Global Filmmaking Map today. The annual map measures the threats of crime and corruption, terrorism, kidnap and ransom, disease and substandard medical care.

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