Small Wonder

Lai, Iris
February 2011
Best's Review;Feb2011, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the development of the global microinsurance market. According to a report from Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd., the global microinsurance market could yield premiums up to 40 billion U.S. dollars from low-income population in the Asia and Pacific region which offers a lot of potential for the growth of the market. Moreover, a chart is presented depicting the low-income population in the Asia and Pacific region.


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