"The bottom line is that, despite unprecedented catastrophe losses, it is unlikely that there will be a hard market across all primary lines of business (both property and liability), which would normally be expected after such losses. As a result, primary insurers were not disposed to accept rate increases for reinsurance protection, since they would not have an easy time passing such costs along to insureds."
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