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A consortium of underwriters insured the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 that crashed Saturday in San Francisco for $2.3 billion, with 10 Korean insurers sharing about 4 percent of the potential loss, says Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service.

The Asia Insurance Review reports that in addition to the 10 Korean insurers, 30 foreign insurers share in the risk that covers $130 million for the hull and $3 million for crew liability. Coverage for facility damages and human casualties makes up $2.2 billion of the policy.

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