Taiwan: 17.7% penetration rate expected to be highest in the world

June 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2011, p53
Trade Publication
The article reports that Taiwan's insurance penetration rate of 17.7% in 2010 is expected to be the highest globally. It was stated by Ted Liang, Vice President of Taiwan Insurance Institute. Taiwan's insurance penetration of 17.29% in 2009 was ranked first globally with Great Britain at 12.92% and the U.S. at 8.07%.


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