The Chinese insurance industry saw its premium income decline by 19.9% in January, according to data from the country’s insurance regulator.
According to a post by the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) on its website, premium income fell to RMB685 billion (US$109 billion) in January. This compares to an 18.2% increase during the same period last year.
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