Life Insurance: Maturing and steadily moving forward

Min Yong
August 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2011, p38
Trade Publication
The article looks at the condition of the life insurance industry in Taiwan. Among the factors which are considered as drivers of the market's success include the size of its population, high life penetration rates, and stable insurance awareness. It discusses the impact of regulatory changes within the sector, noting its role in the country's predicament. The competition, sales of investment-associated products, and accounting rules for the sector are explored.


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