Industry set to dodge $2.6bn Olympics loss on postponement decision

Tokyo Olympics 2020

The insurance industry is set to pay out between $500mn and $650mn as a result of the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, a mere quarter of the $2.6bn maximum loss bill the industry could have faced had the games been cancelled entirely, analysis by The Insurer shows.

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