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Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America

Published:
1 January 2008
Region:
Central and South America
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Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America

Through her article called “Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America” (2008), Samantha Kenney explores the problematic links between insurance companies and the fact that the relatives of a kidnapped person can pay the ransom in Latin America.

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