Coming to Life

Panko, Ron
October 2011
Best's Review;Oct2011, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p101
Trade Publication
The article reports that China's and India's life insurance industries, guided by regulatory authorities, are about a decade into their development stages and now they are preparing for an increasing demand for products as more people in both the countries are entering the middle class. It is being expected that life insurance companies will be able to operate more profitably in India and China.


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