Country Profile -- India : India has the capacity to attract business from around the world

January 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jan2011, p16
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The article presents an interview with M. Ramadoss, CMD of New India Assurance Co. Ltd., the largest non-life insurer in India. When asked about the firm's overseas business, Ramadoss replies the firm generated a premium of Rs1200 crores in 2010 from its foreign operations. He reveals that the company is looking for opportunities to expand in the Middle East. Ramadoss believes that India has an important role in building underwriting capacities to accept business from countries across the world.


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