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As political unrest envelops North Africa and the Middle East, a global-insurance broker says insurers are reviewing their appetites for political coverage—at a time when multinational companies are being encouraged by events to perform their own risk review.

In its report titled “Political Risk Insurance: Mind The Gap,” insurance broker Willis Group says that while “[multinational companies may be able to assess and manage technical and even commercial risks, it is extremely difficult to deal with or indeed predict political events.”

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