Up to 15,000 jobs are reportedly at risk if the merger of three of India’s state-run general insurers pushes through.
The long-discussed merger between National Insurance Company, Oriental Insurance Company, and United India Insurance Company will result in the largest non-life insurance company in the market. To achieve this, the government must amend the Insurance Business Nationalisation Act, according to a report by business news site Domain-B.
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