India: Insurers say terror rates unlikely to go up

August 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2011, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on the unlikely increase in the rates of premium for terrorism insurance in India, providing information on the Terrorism Pool which is shared by non-life insurers and General Insurance Corp. (GIC) and created to cover property related risks.


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