War risk underwriters eye Red Sea rates after Houthi attacks
The alleged Houthi attacks on Saudi Red Sea ports are being viewed as a terrorist or paramilitary threat, rather than as piracy. This comes within the scope of standard annual war risk cover
The fallout from the Yemen conflict has led to speculation about firmer pricing, although many underwriters are still evaluating developments following US Maritime Administration warning
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