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9/11 Terrorist Attacks (Sep 11, 2001). NY, DC, PA

$ 80.0 billion estimated damages.” (Gould/IBM Global Business Services, 2007, p.4-5)

$ 35.5 billion (indexed 20 2006; Kunreuther, 2007, p. 4.)

$ 27.2 billion (Total direct cost; Looney 2002).

$ 22.9 billion (insured losses in 2007 dollars; III, Catastrophes: Insurance Issues, Jan 2008)

$ 18.8 billion (insured loss when occurred; III, Catastrophes: Insurance Issues, Jan 2008)

$ 14.0 billion (Private business physical assets estimated loss; Looney 2002)

$ 1.5 billion (State and local government enterprise estimated loss; Looney 2002)

$ 0.7 billion (Federal enterprises estimated loss; Looney 2002)



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