NEW YORK — The 1990 edition of ``Insurance Facts'' has been published by the Insurance Information Institute. Among its findings: The total economic cost of automobile crashes, fatalities, and injuries to the nation is $89 billion.
There were 1.4 million cars stolen last year. California had the most, with 265,000.
The property/casualty insurance business had assets of $476 billion in 1988 and employed 550,000.
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