Insured losses from Typhoon Krosa, which hit Taiwan on Saturday with high winds and flooding, are unlikely to exceed $200 million, AIR Worldwide Corp. estimated today.

The Boston-based catastrophe risk modeling company said Krosa, which arrived with sustained winds of 115 mph, had damaged roofs, blown down billboards and awnings, and uprooted trees across northern Taiwan.

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