Insured losses from the earthquake in Mexico on 20 March are expected to be less than $100mn, according to catastrophe modelling firm EQECAT.
The earthquake struck close to the border between Guerrero and the southern state of Oaxaca, a sparsely populated region.
An aftershock of the 7.4-magnitude quake shook Mexico City for more than a minute but overall damage has been limited.
Mexico City's international airport has continued to operate normally and only a couple of flights to the United...
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