Giving Relief

Ng, Rebecca
October 2011
Best's Review;Oct2011, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports that China is considering opening its highly regulated mandatory third-party motor liability insurance market to foreign insurers. Experts in the industry are of the view that the potential for this market is big as more than 18 million new vehicles were registered in 2010. China's auto insurance market, which was first introduced in 2006, will be improved by foreign insurers as they will employ advanced technology and risk management techniques.


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