Agriculture Feature - Fertile grounds in Asia's giants

Mei-Hwen, Wong
June 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2011, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports that the agriculture insurance sectors in China and India are growing in size and prominence.Crop insurance in India was first introduced for cotton in India in 1972, while a few Chinese provinces began providing agriculture covers in the 1930s. In the last 10 years, agriculture insurance in these two countries has advanced at a faster pace due to regulatory support and government subsidies for premiums.


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