India: Non-life sector is a "goldmine of growth potential" -- S&P

July 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2011, p47
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the report titled "The Indian Non-Life Insurance Sector Is A Goldmine Of Growth Potential," of Standard & Poor's Corp. according to which there exists significant growth potential in the general insurance sector of India given the low market penetration. According to the report, comparatively private insurance companies are better able to ap the opportunities, with improved market shares thereby presenting serious competition to public insurance companies.


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