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  1. Offshore wind: sustainable power for Asia

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    Asia will lead the global growth of power generation from offshore wind farms.

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  2. Global growth peaks

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    Despite robust Q2 economic growth in advanced economies, momentum is weakening. Rising COVID-19 cases make pandemic setbacks a ...

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  3. Captive insurance in China

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    Captive insurance, as an important participant and provider in the insurance market, has a low profile in China.

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  4. Emerging markets need action to close pension savings gaps

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    Natural catastrophe resilience remained low in 2020. The global protection gap was USD 231 billion, a new high.

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  5. Recipe for success in China motor insurance

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    China Recipe for success in China motor insurance It has been almost a year since China, in September 2020, initiated the largest ...

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  6. US inflation surge: peak likely passed, but near-term price pressures remain

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    Strong recovery from last year's recession and supply-chain shortages are driving a surge in inflation, especially in the US.

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