We could theoretically simulate the Earth's ecosystem

Summary

Manufacturing risk. Risk that a customer will become insolvent during the production phase of the goods to be delivered or the work to be performed and that the delivery or service will therefore no longer be possible. In the case of custom-made products, the → credit insurance also offers cover for the F. In the event of an insured event, the policyholder will be reimbursed the cost.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1. Institute for Insurance Sciences e. V. University of Leipzig-Leipzig