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PwC's Celine Herweijer warns that disaster-related costs are threatening to undermine economic growth prospects - it is time for businesses and governments to act

The UN's warning yesterday that "economic losses from disasters are out of control" is a sobering alarm call for a business world looking for growth and stability. The United Nations bi-annual Global...

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