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  1. Chinese non-life personal lines – consumer perspectives

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Investigating consumer preferences for non-life personal insurance in China The Chinese insurance market has been growing rapidly. Since 2000, non-life insurance premiums have increased by an average of 18% per annum, significantly higher than China's annu

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  2. Belt and Road Initiative – 1Q 2019 update

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Read more about the latest developments of the “Belt & Road” Initiative (BRI) and its potential impact on the re/insurance industry.

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  3. Digital ecosystems: extending the boundaries of value creation in insurance

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Imagine. You're sitting at home on a Friday night and feel like having your favourite Thai green curry. And you also need a taxi to go the pharmacy to pick up the prescription you forgot to collect earlier. Gone are the days when these needs would be met b

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  4. Sustainability Risk Framework

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Publication

    The purpose of this publication is to update our stakeholders and partners on our Sustainability Risk Framework and how we apply this risk management tool in practice. Through building on momentum generated by initiatives such as the Principles of Responsi

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  5. Global insurance review 2017 and outlook 2018 /19

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Global growth prospects continued to improve during 2017 and a recession next year is unlikely. Even so, only moderate growth is expected this year, with real gross domestic product (GDP) estimated to increase by slightly more than 2% in the US and Euro ar

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  6. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China In China, which makes up one fifth of the world's population, the two primary causes of poverty are disease at 42% and natural hazards at 20%. Researchers at Peking University in partnership with Swiss Re I

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  7. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    In ancient times, local governments in China would 开仓放粮 (kai cang fang liang) – open their granaries to help the poor after disasters. Today, governments can leverage insurance to access additional capital to support people in need. Swiss Re Institute is p

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  8. The Australian commercial insurance market

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The outlook for the Australian commercial insurance market is positive. Swiss Re Institute's latest edition of "The Australian commercial insurance market" report forecasts that commercial insurance premiums will grow by 6% in 2019, after an estimated 7.4%

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  9. The health protection gap in Asia: a modelled exposure of USD 1.8 trillion

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Every year, around 100 million people around the world, mostly in low-income countries, fall into poverty on account of having to pay for healthcare treatment. Stakeholders have attempted to better protect individuals and households from the financial fall

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  10. The health protection gap in Asia: a modelled exposure of USD 1.8 trillion

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    Every year, around 100 million people around the world, mostly in low-income countries, fall into poverty due to the expense of paying for health care treatment. Stakeholders have attempted to better protect individuals and households from the financial fa

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