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As the world tries to price the cost of climate change, Japan’s second-largest nonlife insurer, MS&AD, foresees the potential rise in claim payments in 2050 from current levels to be anywhere between 5% and 50%.

Sompo Holdings, the No. 3 nonlife insurer, also plans to announce a similar estimate in August but with plenty of caveats, its officials say.

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