Stronger Structures for Overseas Expansion

June 2008
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2008, p35
Trade Publication
The article presents a perspective on the developments surrounding the insurance industry in Japan. It has been noted by the author that a number of general insurance companies and life insurers are considering business expansion in the international insurance market. The author added that most insurance companies in the country are fully capable to enter the international insurance market.


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