The recent streak of natural disasters has prompted Japan’s four largest non-life insurers to raise premiums on commercial fire insurance policies by about 4%.
This latest increase, which will take effect as early as January 2021, was announced just a month after a previous rate hike, Nikkei reported. Individual policyholders will also encounter higher premiums on similar products, which cover fire, flooding, and wind damage to property.
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