Worldwide Premium Up 3.3% in 2007

Gorski, Dennis
August 2008
Best's Review;Aug2008, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents the economic performance of the insurance premiums worldwide. According to the research conducted by Re sigma, the world's insurance premiums increased by 3.3% in real terms in 2007, thus reaching $4.061 billion attributed by life business in industrialized and emerging markets. Researchers found that the life insurance premiums rise by 5.4% which is above the 10-year average.


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