Levene: Lack of National Regulator May Hurt US Companies Globally

Cornejo, Rick
June 2010
Best's Review;Jun2010, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p93
Trade Publication
The article reports that the absence of a federal insurance regulator in the U.S. can affect U.S. insurance companies operating in Europe.


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