Country Profile -- Vietnam : Changes knock on Vietnam's door

May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports that growth is expected in the insurance industry of Vietnam. It states that the government is set to have a flexible monetary policy for economic development which in turn is expected to increase insurance demand. It mentions that key changes are expected with implementation of the amended Insurance Business Law from July 1, 2011 which aims to create fair business environment. It highlights that the regulator is promoting insurance for agriculture and forestry.


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