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Japan Nonlife Insurers to Raise Premiums in 2021

Japan Nonlife Insurers to Raise Premiums in 2021

   Tokyo, Nov. 13 (Jiji Press)--Four major Japanese nonlife insurance companies are expected to raise insurance premiums in January 2021, after their insurance payments spiked following torrential rains in western Japan in 2018, it was learned Wednesday.
   The companies are seen boosting property and other insurance premiums for corporate clients by around 4 pct, while those for individuals are being discussed.

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