UK Medical Insurance 'Steadfast'

O'Connor, Robert
December 2009
Best's Review;Dec2009, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that Laing & Buisson Ltd. considers Great Britain to continue having a steadfast market for private medical insurance (PMI) in 2008. Clarity of the full recessionary impact in 2009 will likely result in a more acute decline compared to 2008. Companies and personal buyers will both feel the pressure of economic problems.


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