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``Presence of a health regulator would have ensured treatment protocols, reasonability of charges and quality of service in hospitals''
How do you see 20 years of liberalisation of the Indian insurance sector? Is it a success story? What more need to be done? The liberalisation of the Indian insurance sector has been beneficial in several ways. The insurance penetration has increased from 1.93% of...
- ``Biodiversity provides medicine and food of good quality and fights against climate risk, it makes sense to protect it''
- ``Millennial buyers and the maturity of digital tools will bring about profound change in insurance distribution models''
- ``Traditional products will become simpler and standardized,the demand will be more for innovative products to cover emerging risks''
- ``Insurers are fast-tracking their digital adoption to survive Covid-19 Pandemic''
- ``Our strategy is to increase footprint in the developed economies while maintaining and growing market share in our part of the world''
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