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U.S.-based risk modeling firm Air Worldwide Corp. has made its newly-published global catastrophe exposure database open and fully accessible to the public online to facilitate the exchange of data, Asia Insurance Review reported. Bill Churney, president of Air Worldwide, said that the open database will help insurers and reinsurers to set up a risk modeling standard and increase transparency.