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March 28, 2000
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German insurers will pay a minimum of $270 million to cover Holocaust-era policies, according to Germany’s top negotiator for the country’s new $5 billion compensation fund. The letter by Otto Lambsdorff, which was reported by Reuters, says German insurers will pay for policies they sold throughout Eastern Europe, not just within Germany.

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