INTERVIEW-Japan spurs insurer supply chain rethink -Munich Re


* Insurers offered wide cover for business interruption * Extent of interruption claims facing insurers unknown * Need stricter definition of suppliers, limits By Jonathan Gould and Christian Kraemer FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - The economic impact from last month's devastating earthquake in Japan will prompt insurers to rethink how they compensate customers for production stoppages, Munich Re said. Stuttering supply chains and spare parts shortages are threatening manufacturers ...

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