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U.S.-based Karen Clark & Co. said that a large earthquake with a magnitude higher than the 1923 Kanto temblor could cause up to $3 trillion in property losses in the Tokyo region, Artemis.bm reports. The catastrophe risk modeler said that insurance and reinsurance currently cover about 15% of Japan’s total earthquake loss potential.