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October 26, 2004

China Life says 9-mth premiums total $14.7 billion

China Life Insurance Co. Ltd., the mainland's largest life insurer, said on Tuesday its accumulated insurance premiums for the nine months to September totalled 121.9 billion yuan (US$14.7 billion).
The data was unaudited and was prepared using Chinese accounting principles, it said.

Posted by Tom Troceen