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30 Jul 2021
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Captive insurance, as an important participant and provider in the insurance market, has a low profile in China.
By Multiple Authors
08 Jul 2021
We expect world economic growth to reach its post-crisis peak in the coming months.
01 Sep 2020
Home ownership accounted for almost 70% of the CNY 3.2 million average value of urban household assets in China in 2019.
21 Apr 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Article
Swiss Re Institute and the Zhuhai Municipal People's Government have signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
24 Oct 2020
Short-term health insurance is emerging as a new growth driver of China's property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry.
23 Sep 2020
Motor is the single most important line of business for P&C insurers in China, accounting for more than 60% of P&C gross premiums ...
27 Aug 2021
The COVID-19 crisis has had the effect of accelerating the development of the digital economy.
27 Jul 2021
China Recipe for success in China motor insurance It has been almost a year since China, in September 2020, initiated the largest ...
03 Jun 2021
The global health and economic shock of COVID-19 has exposed shortfalls in consumers' insurance protection needs.
16 Oct 2020
The scope of the recently launched motor sector reform in China is unprecedented and will benefit insureds and insurers alike.
By Hao Jiang, Economist, Swiss Re Institute