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Rain-hit cricket World Cup may cost insurers millions-industry sources

SBS Wednesday, 19 June 2019
LONDON (Reuters) - Lost revenues from a record number of rain-hit cricket World Cup games in England and Wales may result in insurance claims of a few million pounds for each abandoned fixture, insurance sources say.
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