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  Posted on: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Pandemics will cause average annual economic losses similar to losses from climate change
Homeland Security News Wire
Economists estimate that, in the coming decades, pandemics will cause average annual economic losses of 0.7 percent of global GDP – a threat similar in scale to that estimated for climate change. Experts say that this is a level of risk that businesses can no longer afford to ignore.

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