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August 18, 2004

Foreign insurance giants speed up entry

Although dozens of foreign insurance giants have opened branches in China, new players continue to enter the nation's booming, but underdeveloped, market.

Two more insurance giants, with different business orientations, recently announced their plans to tap the world's most populous nation's market.

Unlike most of their rivals, who decided to sell accident and/or health-care policies via agents, the two newcomers appear prepared to introduce their unique methods and products into China.

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Posted by Tom Troceen


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