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Asia Insurance Post: Report: Threats from conflict and terrorism account for more than half of Indian cities’ risks

The potential impact of geopolitical and security shocks on the economy of the world’s largest cities has risen by 16 per cent in the last year, according to the 2018 Global Risk Index by the Centre for Risk Studies at the Cambridge Judge Business School. The Centre sees a uniform rise in GDP@Risk across all the 279 world cities that make up the index and more significant increases in risk for some urban centres. Five Indian cities including Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore are in the top 10 globally for civil conflict and terrorism risks.

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