Dark Shadows

Carr, Sean P.
September 2011
Best's Review;Sep2011, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p63
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the demand of terrorism risk insurance in the U.S. It relates the presidential report conducted by the Working Group on Financial Markets which showed that 40% of businesses are not purchasing terrorism risk insurance despite the danger of terror attack in the country. According to senior vice president J. Stephen Zielezienski of the American Insurance Association, the insurance is not included in the priority list of many insurance holders during the economic crisis.


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