News - Asia: Health insurance costs to increase by more than 10% in 2011

March 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2011, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to a survey of 170 health insurers in 37 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, the cost of employer-provided health insurance will increase by more than 10% in Asia-Pacific region in 2011. The survey from Towers Watson, says that most of the respondents expects health costs to increase during the next five years.


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