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Catastrophe risk modeling firm AIR Worldwide (AIR) has released a Multiple Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) Model for India that aims to help support probabilistic assessments of potential losses caused by yield shortfalls for 11 major crops across the two main India crop-growing seasons. The MPCI Model for India is an event-based model, with an event defined as an individual crop year made up of a Kharif season (summer) and the following rabi season (winter). The model features a stochastic catalog of 10,000 simulated crop years which describes the wide range of possible crop loss scenarios.

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