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Define Catastrophe bond.

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Catastrophe meaning event causing great and sudden damage example earthquake

What is reason behind issuing catastrophe bond

In event of disaster government or insurance company has lots of cost.

And in such case the face huge loss and cash scarcity, especially for government...

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