Legal Spotlight on China - The dilemma of Employer's Liability Insurance in China

July 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2011, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on regulatory issues concerning employer's liability insurance (EL) in China. It mentions about the confusion among employers related to the Work Related Injury Insurance Fund and the Employer's Liability Insurance (EL) private cover and states the difficulties in claims management due to overlapping of insurance coverage under the Fund and the EL. It stresses on the need for insurers to clarify the current EL coverage.


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